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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 12, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta February LETHBRIOOE HCRALD-23 Births, Deaths, In Memoriams 1 Cards Of Thanks I DEATHS WRIGHT Passed away suddenly in Edmonton on Saturday, February 9, 1974, Mr. Walter Ernest Wright at the age of 62 years of Edmonton. Born in Bull River, B.C., the late Mr. Wright was raised and educated in Etizkom. In 1956 he retired from farming and moved to Edmonton, where he has resided until his passing. He is survived by four sisters, Mrs. L. (Frances) Coates of Lethbridge, Mrs, A. (Beatrice) Stromsmoe of Warner, Mrs. E. (Hazel) Dick of Magrath and Mrs. L. (Kathleen) Bouck of Lethbridge. A Private Family Service will be held at p.m. on Thursday, February 14, 1974 in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, with Mr. William Calderwood officiating. Interment will follow in Archmount Memorial Gardens. MARTIN" BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C7346 SELBY Sunday, February 10, 1974, passed away suddenly, Mr. William Harry Donaldson-Selby, aged 40 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Ramona Selby of 11407 Wilson Road S.E., Calgary. Besides his wife, he is survived by two sons, Lance and William Guy and a daughter, Patricia Rae, all at home; his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Truman Selby, Milk River, Alberta and Maternal grandmother, Mrs. Anna Greaner, Bellevue, Alberta. Services at St. Andrew's United Church 924 Heritage Dr. S.W., Calgary on Wednesday at a.m., Rev. David Lovewell officiating. Cremation. THE GARDEN CHAPEL (Foster Funeral 54016th Ave. N.W., Calgary, Directors. In lieu of flowers if friends desire kindly send donations to Alberta Heart Foundation 2011 10th Ave. S.W., Calgary. C7335 BRIDGES IN QUEBEC There are about 145 covered bridges in Quebec, most of which are found in the south of the province and around the Lac Saint-Jean region. DEATH HAINES Passed away in the city on Saturday, February 9, 1974, following a lengthy illness, Mrs. Eunice Lucille Haines at the age of 54 years of 1503 Henderson Lake Blvd. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Wednesday, February in McKillop United Church, with Rev. Blake Anderson officiating. Interment will follow in Archmount Memorial Gardens. Flowers gratefully declined.. Those who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, 409 Canada Trust Bldg., Lethbridge. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C7342 IN MEMORIAMS HANN In memory of our dear daughter Anna Hann, who passed away February 13, 1973. You are not forgotten loved one Nor will you ever be As long as life and memory last We will remember thee. remembered by mom and dad and sisters and brothers. 8403 McLEAN In loving memory of a dear mother, grandmother, and great grandmother, Nan McLean, who passed away February 12, 1969. Her memory is our greatest treasure In our hearts she will live forever. remembered by Donald and Colleen, Tom and Sonja, and their families. 8387 FRECH In loving memory of our daughter and sister, Lydia, who passed away February 7, 1967. In tears we saw you sinking, We watched you fade away, Our hearts were almost broken as you fought so hard to stay. But when we saw you sleeping so peaceful, tree from pain, We could not wish you back to suffer so again. missed and remembered by mom, dad; brother and sisters. 8402 IN MEMORIAM SEMENIUK Dr. Steve Semeniuk In loving memory of a dear son and brother, Dr. Steve Semeniuk, who passed away February 12, 1966 in Rising Star Texas. Happy and smiling, always content Loved and respected wherever he went Always thoughtful, loving and kind What a wonderful memory to leave behind remembered and sadly missed by mother and dad, brother Peter and sisters Veronica and- Mary and their families. 8374 CARD OF THANKS SERRANI -1 would like to express my deep and heartfelt gratitude and thankful appreciation to the many people who were so helpful during my recent bereavement, to the pallbearers, to the friends and relatives for the Mass cards, sympathy cards, food, the beautiful floral tributes and kind expressions of sympathy; and to those who so generously donated their cars and those who helped in any way to ease my burden. Your thoughtfulness will be treasured always. May God Bless you all. Lucy Serrani 8373 EARLY SPRING FLOWER The skunk cabbage is one of the earliest spring flowers on Vancouver Island. CARDS OF THANKS SEAMAN I wish to express my thanks and appreciation to friends and relatives for their kind messages of sympathy and floral tributes during my recent bereavement. Thank you to the doctors and staff of the Coaldale Hospital; to Father McCebe, and to the ladies of the church who served lunch. Seaman 8401 JAMES We would like to express our deep and heartfelt gratitude and thankful appreciation to the many people who were so helpful during our recent bereavement; to the doctors, nurses and the staff of Municipal Hospital for the care and kindness shown to the late Stanley James, to Rev. Derek Hoskin, Canon Rev. E. H. Lewis, Major Joan Pierce, Miss Helen George, Rev. Daisley and St. Theodores church choir, to the ladies of the Grassy Lake community who served the lovely lunch, to all our friends and relatives for sympathy cards and food, the beautiful floral tributes, and kind expressions of sympathy; and to those who so generously donated their cars and who helped in any way to ease our burden. Your thoughtMness will be treasured always. May God Bless You All. James, Viola and. Allan Arkinstall, Everett and Valerie. 8412 Dismissed because of doubts NEW YORK (Reuter) The former editor of Egypt's most important newspaper says he was dismissed because of his expressed doubts about President Nixon's influence in the Middle East, Time magazine reports. Mohammed Hassanein Heikal, who was removed recently as editor of Al Ahram by Egypt's President Anwar Sadat, says he began to differ with Sadat because he felt Nixon was too busy defending himself over Watergate FEBRUARY Love is A VALENTINE MESSAGE TO YOUR SWEETHEART IN THE HERALD'S CLASSIFIED VALENTINE'S DAY PAGE YOUR MESSAGE TO THAT SPECIAL SWEETHEART... ONLY 35 PER LINE BEULME HM TOUR MESSAGE 3 ML WEHKMY. FB 13ft. MAI CDUMLinl PHONE IN, WRITE IN, DWf IN... dittifM Dtpirtwwt The Lethbridge Herald Administrator denies concealing information SUDBURY, Ont. (CP) An administrator of Sudbury General Hospital denied Monday that the hospital attempted-to conceal information that oxygen and anesthetic nitrous oxide gas outlets had been crossed in four treatment rooms in a new wing. Juri Wallner, the hospital's associate director, was replying to lawyer Elmer Sopha during the inquest into 23 deaths at the hospital between last May and September. Mr. Sopha, representing relatives of five of the deceased, said Mr. Wallner did not notify the Sudbury coroner of the crossed lines because the hospital wanted to solve the problem itself. "You didn't want a said Mr. Sopha. "You were in a panic." "If you're saying there was a cover-up, that's not said Mr. Wallner. During the inquest, now in its fifth week, one of the deaths, that of six-year-old Catharine Dominic on ept. 7, has been blamed on the substitution of nitrous oxide for oxygen in the special procedures room of the new whig. That room was closed after, her death and samples from the gas outlets in it and the three other rooms were sent to Toronto for analysis. Mr. Wallner said he ordered the special procedures room reopened Sept. 14 because "my impression was that it was the gas machine that was being tested." The portable gas-adminis- tering machine in the special procedures room had been locked up at this time, he said. Mr. Wallner said that another patient received nitrous oxide instead of oxygen in the room Sept. 18 but doctors quickly removed the face mask "and thta recovered. On ept. 19 a dtctor tested the outlets by inhaling the gas in the one labelled oxygen and he turned blue. Mr. Wallner said it was then he learned of the crossed pipelines. Dr. Marcel Preyost, a Sud- bury coroner, testified earlier he did not hear of the switched lines in the four rooms until Sept. 21. That was the date the hospital received confirmation from tests of samples carried out in Toronto. Dr. Ross Bennett, Ontario's deputy chief coroner who is conducting the inquest, said Monday that he found it "unbelievable some action was not taken to notify the coroner" of the hospital's own investigations. Citizens draft power brief Four points for a draft brief were agreed on Monday at a meeting of an ad hoc citizens' group studying the proposed sale of the Lethbridge power plant to Calgary Power Ltd. The Power Plant Study Committee, which has about 12 members, .will submit its brief to the city for inclusion on the agenda at a public hearing Monday. The points'were first, that city council does not have enough information to make a decision on the power plant question; Second, there has been no recent independent study of the value of the present power plant; Third, if the plant is sold it should be sold as a business rather than just a physical entity; And finally, the matter should be settled by a referendum with all information available. Three unanswered questions remain under the first point, said group member Warren Caragata. The city's remaining ability to borrow money has not been determined, he said, nor has the possibility of grants from provincial or federal agencies for expansion of the plant or construction of a new plant been investigated. And he said the CH2M-Hill report did not give the assessed value of a new coal- fired thermal generating station in 1988. The cost of such a. project was considered, he said, but not its value as an asset. Under the second point, group members said they would like to know the effect of the contract signed with Calgary power in 1969 on present plans. Members said the Montreal Engineering Ltd. study of the present power plant was done for Calgary Power, and the present plant was not in the terms of reference of the CH2M-HU1 report. Sam Kounosu, a University of Lethbridge physics professor, said the question of the sale should be submitted to a referendum not only because of the principle that all citizens of Lethbridge are shareholders in the plant, but also because the remaining questions must be answered first. Some group members said they would present briefs of their own at the public hearing. Police continue investigation of break-ins Police are still investigating a rash of service station break-ins which apparently took place early Monday morning. Three break-ins had been reported at 8 a.m. Monday. Another was reported a little later. Someone entering Lakeview Texaco by way of a window made off with about cash from the till. The other service stations broken into were Gulf Service Centre, Alcan Service Station and Green Acres Turbo. The Gulf station lost in cash, the Alcan station lost and a three-quarter ton service truck and the Green Acres station found only a gallon of anti-freeze missing. Police believe the break-ins were done by the same persons. Entertainer's son indicted WASHINGTON (AP) A federal grand jury has indicted Dean Martin Jr., a con of the entertainer, for unlawful possession of firearms, the justice department said. The indictment was returned Monday in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles. Martin, 22, a student at the University of California at Los Angeles, was arrested Jan. 18 by agents of the treasury department. He has been free on bail since his arrest. Fierce storm LONDON (AP) An Atlantic storm battered, the French and British coasts Monday, killing a 12 -year old British schoolboy and a French barge worker. SERVICE MEASURED NOT BY COLD BUT BY THE GOLDEN RULE A WORLD-WIDE ORGANIZATION The Order Of The Golden Rule is an organi- zation of carefully selected funeral directing firms throughout the world. Just one firm in a com- munity can qualify for membership, and the Order first seeks the written recommendation of families the firm has served. To remain affiliated with the Order, a firm must re-qualify annually and we're pleased to an- nounce that we have just been notified of our acceptance for another year. Serving families from all walks of life with equal dedication and thoughtfulness this is the Order's standard, and we're proud to uphold it. 13th Consecutive Year PHW32S-4411 Established 1927 SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD. (Prfrr nf n SuU Aw International Affiliation of Fvntral Oimcfarx ;