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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta __Wednesday, February 16, 1975 THE UTHMIDSt HKAIO FUNERALS FUNERAL UAHEAU Funeral service [or Mary Ana Gareau, who died Feb. 8, 1972, was held at a.m. Friday, Feb. 11, 1972, in St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church with Rev. M. Haael official i n g. Pallbearers were Gil Handford, Peter Kickard, Jack Gladstone, Don Pcllelicr, Alfie Primcau and Francis Sorge. Interment was in Fairview Cemetery. Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Pincher Creek, was in charge of the arrangements. TAPI.EY Funeral service for Miss Muriel Tapley, former Vulcan resident and recently o: 914 3rd Ave. S., Lcthbridge, who died in ths city Tuesday, Feb. 8. 1972, after a brief illness, was held at p.m. Saturday in Martin Bros. Traditional Chapel, 812 3rd Ave. S.. with liov. 0. A. Ncrland officiating. Pallbearers were Mr. Wright, P. Schellenbcrg, J. A. R. L. Jacobs, E. H. Zorn and Dr. R. Kuipsrs. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral Service, was in "f Pic arrangements. IN MEMORIAM WESTON Funeral service for George Weslon, beloved son of Mrs. ifcrah Weston of Cards- ton who died there Wednesday, Feb. 0, 1972, at the age of 50 years, was held at p.m. Monday, Feb. 14, 1972, in the Ohristensen Chapel, Cardston, with Bishop Den Shaw of the LDS Church officiating. Pall- bearers were James C., Ken- neth G., Michael R., Ronald D., t Melvin D, and Kelvin L. Wes-j tan. Interment was in the fam- ily plot in t'ne Cardston Ceme- tery. Christensen Salmon Fu- neral Service, was in charge cf the arrangements. TONGE In loving memory of a dear father and grand- father, Bert, who passed away February 1C, 1970. Memories Ere like leaves of gold They never tarnish or grow old -Always loved and remem- bered by Joe, Shirley sr.d frailly. CARDS OF THANKS BALL I wish to thar.k the doctors, nurses and staff on third main, St. Michael's hospi- tal, for their care while a pa- tient there. Also thanks to rela- tives and friends for cards, flowers and visits. Ball 6988 Deaths Yesterday Funeral service fcr T William LcavLt. balovcc husband of Mrs. Hazel Lsavitt of Cardston who died there Fri- day, Feb. 11. 1972, at the age of 77 years, was held at 3 p.m. Monday, Feb. 14. 1972, in the. Albsrla Stake Chanel of the LCS Church with Bishop Don Saw officiating. Pallbearers were Bob Herr. Brent and Jim Henc'ry. -'f-55 Loavitt and Handle Roland. Honorary pallbearers were Dan Roland, Tim Herr and Henry Primrose. Intermsnt was in the Cardston Cemetery. Salmon Funral Home Ltd., Directors of FuTCra! Service, was in charge of the arrangements. j TILLACK We would like to express our thanks to the many friends, relatives, and very kind neighbors who helped us during our recent bereave- ment, PJid to all those who sent gifts cf fotd, flowers, mass of- ferings, and the many cards of sympathy. A very special thanks to those who took part in the church service and to the ladies of the fourth ward relief society who served the lunch. We will always remember your kitnlness. Helen Tillack and family. 6937 By THE CANADIAN PHESS foronto-lan Paterson, 46 ex- ecutive press officer Leland Motors Canada, Ltd., as- sistant press officer on two Royal lours of Csnada and a former newspaper man. Lomlon-Dr. Colin MacLeod, Nova Scotia born, internation- ally known mierobiologist, U.S. presidential scientific adviser and president and director of the 0 k 1 a h o m a Medical Re- search Foundation, apparently of a heart attack. San Wat- son 71, an early organizer of the American Newspaper Guild whose test case established the constitutionality of the United States National Lalmr Relations Act, of cancer. Montpetil, 55, a director of Canada Packers UA. Joliclle, Quc.-Dr. Rosau'e Morin, 68, father of Marcel Masse, independent member of the Quebec National Assembly Pollution level high at Red Deer EDMONTON (CP) The Red Deer River near Red Deer show pollution in excess of minimum standards caused by the dumping of tno city's sewage, the provincial en- vironment department said to- day. A department news release said monitoring tests during January conducted by the pol- lution control division showed dissolved oxygen to be 1.9 parts per million. The minimum stan-1 dard for dissolved oxygen five parts per million. 1 Dick De Ryk department in- formation officer, said the dis- solved oxygen levels in the riv- er were the same as last year. The department is building a t re oxygenation device to bp used in the river near Red j Deer. 'It's nearly completed. It j should be in operation by the j end of the month." j Mr. De Hyk said the Red Deer River has been a problem tor many years. "Its a naturally poor even upstream it's in bad shape." The city of Red Deer has been ordered to improve its sewage treatment and plans for a new plant are under way, he said. WALKINGSIIAW Funeral service for Adam Armstrong Walkings'iaw. beloved o'. Mrs. Mergarct a' HIS Ave. K. who died in th: city Friday, Feb. 11, 1972. a'tcr a brief illness, was held at a.m. Monday, Feb. 14. 1972. in Martin Bres. Memorial Chaiel. with Rev. L. D. Han- kinEon officiating. Pallbearers were Ail Dawson. Jack Ten- nant. Leo Singer, Cecil Baines, Bill and Den Calder. Interment WES in Archmount Memorial Gardens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funer- al Service, was in charge of ths arrangements. IN MEMORIAMS MAUGHAN In loving mem- ory of a dear father and grand- fathsr. Joseph P.. who passed away March 1, 1963. remembered by s 0 n Joseph and family. 6952 President ousted in bloodless coup In loving mem- ory of a deer husband and step- father, Steve BassEtli, who pass- ed away February 16, 1970. Beautiful thoughts of one so dear Treasured forever with love sincere. Deep in our hearts your mem- ory is kept We loved you too dearly to ever forget. remembered by wife Dorothy, Lee Ford, Carl and David Huemke. 6937 QUITO (AP) Ecuador's military chiefs ousted President Jose Maria V e 1 a s c o Ibarra Tuesday night for the fourth time in his career and sent him off to Panama. The purpose of the cciip apparently was to pre- vent the election of a radical to the presidency. j r i g. Guillermo Rodriguez Lara, who was rewarded with command of the rrmy after nut- ting down an attempt to over- throw Veksco las. April, de- dared himself president. The presidential election is scheduled for June, and Ve- lasco, now 78, had promised to hand over his office Aug. 31 to whoever was elected. The candi- date of the radical Concentra- tion of Popular Forces, Assad Bucaram, was believed certain to defeat the conservative can- didate, Carlos Arizaga Vega. 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