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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - February 23, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 28 - THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD - Friday, February 23, 1973 CARDS OF THANKS HOUGEN - I would like to thank the doctors and nurses of St. Jlichael's Hospital for all the good care and kindness they gave me while I was a patieiit. A special thanks to my family and friends for all the flowers, cards, and visits. Esther Hougen 7433 GROVES - I would like to thank my doctor, nurses and staff at Municipal Hospital, for the fine care received while there. Also my friends and family for the flowers, visits, gifts and cards. It's so nice to be remembered in such thoughtful ways. Evelyn Groves 7436 IN MEMORIAMS WARNOCK - In loving memory of a dear father, William W. Warnock: and uncle, Stanley E. Warnock, who passed away respectively February 23, 1965 and June 7, 1965. -Loren, Mary and family 7438 WYLLIE - In loving memory of a dear grandfather, George Wyllie, who passed away February 23, 1972. Just a prayer from those who loved you, Just a memory fond and true In our hearts you will live forever Because we thought the world of you. -Ever remembered by Rose, Merlin and Sheri. 7440 WYLLIE - In loving memory of a deai- father and grandfather, George, who passed awaty February 23, 1972. Time is gone Our thoughts linger on. -Sadly massed by Helen, Gordon and families. 7473 GOODRICK - In loving memory' of dad, William L. Goodrick, who passed away February 23, 1962. And while he lies in peaceful sleep, His memory we shall always keep. -Ever remembered by Dorry and Jock. 7474 Are world's problems going to drive us crazy? WYLLIE (George) - In loving memory of dad, grandfather and great - grandfather who passed away February 23, 1972. Loving and kind in all his ways, Upright and just to the end of his days; Sincere and kind in heart and mind, What a beautiful memory he left behind. -Sadly missed by Helen and family 7439 TORONTO (CP) - Even if the world doesn't come to a bad end through over-population and pollution, changing conditions may drive everybody crazy, says Dr. Daniel Cappon, a psychiatrist and professor of environmental studies at York University in Toronto. But he was quick to add that he doesn't really think this will happen. Dr. Cappon spent a major portion of an address Thursday to a meeting of the Canadian Science Writers' Association summarizing the "deterioration and disorder in the human environment." Murder, rape, torture, kidnapping, skyjackings and armed assaults, are all in the increase, he said. As well, there is a high degree of disintegration of the institutions ranging from families to communities in a kind of "social disruption." Other evidences of mankind's seeming rush to destruction include the annual slaughter on the highways, over-eating to the point of ill health and the addition of increasing numbers of chemicals to the food supply with little knowledge of the cumulative effect these might have; "To add that there is a massive increase in the rate of mental, emotional and psychosomatic illness-to the point that every other person living on Manhattan Island is receiving or in need of psychiatric care-is to state the expected," Dr. Cappon said. But the very stress that is causing so much mental disorder might also stimulate new intellectual responses to the problems-a kind of mental survival of the fittest. The brain has the physical capacity for such growth, he said. There are portions of the human brain that are, apparently, not being used. Physical adaptations in the brain may take time, however. So Dr. Cappon said individuals must put maximum efforts now into fighting population pressures and pollution, in looking into ways of easing effects of urban crowding and of con-servir/* energy and finding new sources of energy. Dr. Cappon was one of three Canadian social scientists reac- ting to a study published last year by the Club of Rome, a private organization that studies world problems from a worldwide viewpoint. The study said five factors-population, food production, non-renewable resources, industrial production and industrial output-must be controlled within the next 100 years. Dr. Ronald Seale, geography professor at the University of Windsor, Windsor, Ont., and Dr. Alan Dobell, economics professor at the University of Toronto, both indicated there was a tendency to over-rate the report. "Mankind has always been fascinated by prophecy and in the absence of religious prophecy . . . has been tempted to put its faith in a group of scientists with a large computer," said Dr. Scale. Draftsman wins $1 million TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - Edwin R. Mathesius, a 28 year old draftsman from Jersey City, yesterday became the 10th person to win $1 million in the New Jersey state lottery. The 200,000 second prize was won by Douglass P. Bertslor of Somerville, who had a double entry and also won a $10,000 consolation prize. He also won $10,000 in a millionaire drawing last August. Three killed in collision SEDGEWICK (CP) - Three Alberta residents were killed in a collision between their car and a semi-trailer near this community about 110 miles southeast of Edmonton. RCMP identified the deceased as Charles McAllister 75, of Warburg; his daughter Donna Ann O'Reilly, 34, and Mrs. O'Reilly's daughter, 17-year-old Kathleen Norma O'Reilly, both of Alliance. The driver of the truck, Donald Richard Sutherland, 43, of Camrose, was not injured. 'It's easy' TOKYO (AP) - More than 9.8 million Japanese, or 30 per cent of the country's smokers, kicked the habit in 1972, the government tobacco' monopoly estimated yesterday. SOSICK - In loving memory of a dear son and brother, Barry, who passed away February 23, 1968. No length of time can take away, Our thoughts of you from day to day Though absent you are always near Still loved, still missed, still very dear -E v e r remembered and sadly missed by Mom, Dad, brothers and sisters. 7441 Probe crash near Edson EDSON, Alta. (CP) - Investigators arrived yesterday at the scene of the crash of a single-engined aircraft near this west-central Alberta town. The crash Wednesday killed one person and injured another.. Killed was Norman Hoffner, 50, of Valleyview, recovering at an Edson hospital is George Fink, 46, of Edmonton. Mr. Fink was the pilot of the plane, a Cessna 206 Super By-wagon owned by Gateway Aviation of Edmonton. Mr. Hoffner was an employee of t h e Peace River Pipeline Co. A gateway aviation spokesman said Mr. Fink, a company pilot, had been on a pipeline patrol for Peace River pipeline and Mr. Hoffner was the only passenger at the time of the crash. The aircraft apparently crashed shortly after takeoff from Edson. A witness told the RCMP the plane plummeted into a wood area about two miles west of the town. GOODRICK - In loving memory of Dad, William Good-rick, who passed away February 23, 1962. -A 1 w a y s remembered by daughter Molly. I 7437 WARNOCK - In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, William' W. Warnock, who passed away February 23rd, 1965, We cannot bring the old days back, � When we were all together, But secret tears and loving thoughts Will be with us forever. -Always remembered by Ms loving wife Helen, daughter Vera, Mick and family and soh Layton and children 7442 Pattern Save steps! Discover this remarkable, new method. Different, NEW Quilt as you sew Attic-Window quilt-it's made in five thicknesses. No interlining is necessary. You'll enjoy it! Pattern 7196: charts, patch patterns. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern - cash, cheque or money order. Add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling - to Alice Brooks, care of Print plainly PATTERN NUMBER, NAME, ADDRESS. THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Readers Mail Limited 60 Front Street West Toronto 1, Ontario TROLLEYS REPLACED SASKATOON (CP) - City council has decided to replace the 14 trolley buses still in operation in Saskatoon with 18 new diesel units. 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