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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 16, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 22 THE IEIHBRIDGE HERA1D Fmlay, Jun 197J 1 16, Cu-cL Of n DEATHS I WILSON Passed awuv In (he city. Mr. Mailhml at the age of S7 years ot Lcili-' bridge, beloved husband of Jlrs. Berths Wilson. Funeral arrange- ments wil1 us amuicnccd when completed. MARTIN' BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C2C03 MUUUI 1'asscd away at Calgary on Thursday, June 15, 1972, Slaver, of Tabcr. at the age of 12 years. Born ot Kis- varda, Hungary. July 29. 1898. Prayers will said in St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church on Friday. June 111 tto-1 night) at p.m. Kuncrai services wil! be conducted from I St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church, Tabcr on Saturday, June 17 at a.m., with Rev. Father John Lehman cele- brant. Interment will follow in the Taber Memorial Garden. No flowers by request of tlie family. HUMPHRIES FUNER- AL HOME LTD.. Tabor, in charge of arrangements. C2603 Passed away in the city on June 14, 1972, Herbert Joseph Newjrger. at the age of B8 years, beloved ii LI s b a n d of -Mrs. Vera Newirger of Seattle, Wash- inglon. Born in Sheridan, Wyoming, April 10, 1904, the late Mr. Newinger came to Lethbridge in 19ffil, and was educated here, lie was a well known accountant for many years in Lethhriclgej and Calgary prior to joining the American Navy in 1941. Follow- ing discharge he established his own business in Cliowctiilla, California, until retiring in 1967. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge of Chowchilla, Calfornia. Besides his loving wife, he is survived by (wo daughters, Mrs. D. H. (Max- ine) Chesney of Bakersville, California, Mrs. C. F. (Diane) Arney of Bellevue. Washing- ton; six grandcliildren; two brothers, Messrs. Kenneth H. Newinger of Lethbridge and Earl J. Newinger of Ponoka, Alberta. Cremation took place on June 15, 1972 at the Calgary Crematorium. MARTIN BROS. LTD., in charge of arrange- ments. C2604 CARDS OF THANKS VULIIA Our sincere ap- preciation and h e a r If elt thanks to all our friends, neigh- bors and relatives for all their kindness, flowers, food, gifts, visits, mass cards and cards ot sympathy extended to us during the recent passing of our dear mother, Jlrs. Jennie Velba. Special thanks also to the doctors and nursing staff of ttie Lethbridge Municipal Hospital, Bev. Father S. R.O'- l.oughlin. Rev. Father Fields, thj Pallbearers and all other acts of kindness shown during our sad bereavement. Family of Mrs. Jennie Velba. CARD OF THANKS UEDU To the doctors, nurses, and aides at the Ray- mond Municipal Hospital my sincere thanks for the wonder- ful care I received while a pa- tient there; to the relatives, friends, teachers and students my gratitude for the flowers, cards, tetters and visits. They were all deeply appreciated. Vclmn Redd 3801-17U CIIUHX The family of the kte Mr. Sun Chiisn of Bow Is- land wishes to express tlisir hsai'tfelt thanks to the many people who visited the family during recent bereave- ment, and who sent cards, flor- al tributes, food and donations to the Heart Fund and Church Memorial Fund. In particular, the overwhelming response from the wonderful paopte of Bow Island will always be remem- bered. Special thanks go to the doctors, to the special d u t y nurses and to all the nursing staff of the Bow Island General Hospital. Our deep appreciation to the Rev. 0. Hodge for his comforting presence and words during the long late hours at tile hospital, his assistance in many ways, and his final tri- bute to my dear husband, our father and grandfather. Thanks loo to tlie Rev. Bob Elliott for conducting the Family Memor- ial Service at Lethbridge. Spe- cial thanks to the Bow Island U.C.W. for the tea after t h e service the buffet supper in the evening. We are also grate- ful to the two Chinese speak- ers. Mr. Jim Chow of Bow Is- land, Mr. Ken Jang of Leth- bridge, the active" and honorary pallbearers, and to Dale Martin, W a y n e Thurston o f Martin Bros. Funeral Directors. Again, "thank you very much" to ev- eryone who assisled in any way. Mrs. Chuen and family Mr. and Mrs, John Fong ar.d family Mr .and itrs Lome Fong and family. 3624-16 IN MEMOR1AMS Iii loving mem- ory of our dear mother, Mary, who passed away Way 20, Tears in silence often ftow, Though you died one year ago. You left a place on one can nn, We miss you mom, and always will. remembered and sad- Jy missed by Joyce, Jolm Karen, Leslie and Tarn. 3974 BAIN'S In loving mem ory of a dear dad, William Claude, who passed away June 15, 1953; mother, Gertrude, who passed away July 17, 1960 and brother Bill, who passed away August 19, 1934. Somewhere beyond the sun- set where loveliness never dies, They dwell in a bsutiful gar- den 'ncath the blue and gold of the skies, We who have known and loved them Wil! treasure tlwir memory forever urciil we meet again. remembered b y Howard. Kathleen and grandchildren. 3931 AIR QUALITY INDEX DEATH RATE j CALGARY (CP) An air- The death rate in the United quality index has been put into States is 9.6 per pcpula- use here by the provincial en- tion, i vironment department. Two killed at Suiidre SUNDRE (CP) Two per- sons were killed and a third seriously injured in a single- vehicle accident near this com- munity Thursday. Frank Eugene Williams, 56, of Rocky Mountain House, and Larry Wayne Myshafr, 17, of Sylvan Lake, died when the truck in which they were riding overturned in a ditch on a municipal road about 50 miles northwest of Calgary. Peter Myshak, brother of the dead youtli, was taken [o hos- pital in Calgary. Uprooted Alberta families get aid By THE CANADIAN PRESS Families uprooted by floods in northwestern Alberta will get government financial assist- nnce, Agriculture Minister Hugh Homer said Thursday. Dr. Horner, minister in charge of the province's Emer- gency Measures Organization, said the assistance program will be administered by Al Adair, minister without portfolio in charge of northern affairs. Disrupted communications and power, hundreds of persons off work, and damaged homes, businesses and offices told the flood story Thursday as crests on rivers in northwestern and northern Alberta moved into sparsely-populated areas. About 400 coal miners were off work at Grande Cache while a 20-man Alberta Power Ltd. crew repaired a mile-long sec- tion of line to the mine, washed out when a creek flooded Mon- day. Many of the miners helped in building dikes to hold back flood waters at the town of about 225 miles west ot Edmon- ton. In. Grande Prairie, a city of a crew was attempting to restore to service a water treat- ment plant hit by five feet of water from the flooding Wapiti River Tuesday. Government will recess session HANNOVER (AP) Police arrested Ulrike Meinhof, female co-leader of a West German ter- rorist gang, after a struggle at a suburban Hannover apart- ment Thursday night. They also took into custody a male com- panion, Gerhard Mueller. Earlier police reported they arrested Mrs. Meinhof, a leader of the Baatler-Meinhof gang, at the Hannover airport as she ar- rived on a flight from West Ber- lin. A subsequent announcement said she was seized after a brief struggle at an apartment in sub- urban Langehagen, where (he airport is located. Authorities said they confis- cated a small arsenal of weap- ons, including a sub-machine- gun, several pistols, a 10-pound bomb and bomb-making mate- rial, from the pair's luggage. They also reported finding docu- ments that indicated further ter- rorist attacks by the anarchist group were planned, plus a list of gang gympathizers living in West Germany and abroad. Water lias been rationed In NIC city for three days and ra lioning probably will continue through the weekend. An old water plant was put into operation Wednesday, but its capacity is about 20 per cent of the daily average use of 1.5 million gallons. In Peace River, a farming town of about 240 miles northwest of Edmonton, aboul 60 families involving 150 persons returned Thursday to homes and gardens covered by a muddy scum left by five feet ol flood water from the Peace River. A provincial govcrnmonl spokesman in Edmonton saic the W. A. C. Bennett dam on the Peace River upstream northeastern British Columbia averted a "disastrous flood" the town. The dam held 60 per cent of the river flow at that point. A provincial water resources spokesman said little if any flooding is expected now from (he rivers. Flood crests hac reached areas where banks were steep and the terrain more level. Two walk oiit of Imshlaiicl GILLAiU, Man. (CP) Heli- copter pilot Steve Ellis and me- chanic Rod Este walked out of the hush after a tour-da) search for them in norther Manitoba. The men, whose helicopter crashed in a lake about 20 miles south of Gillam, were in "surprisingly good sai ken to Gillam hospital to be treated tor 'ihock and exposure Mr. Larob said the men were "hungry, cold and covered witli mosquito bites" and their com' men sense had got them through a tough test. Fluffy stuff TABER (HNS) Tlie an- nual summer "snowfall" by numerous female cotlonwood trees spurred council to ap- prove an expenditure of for removal of trees on public property. Persons with female cotton- woods on their property should contact the town office for in- formation on the town's policy for removal of these trees, SA'i The reason is simple. 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