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Brandon Sun (Newspaper) - September 26, 1987, Brandon, Manitoba Obituaries Brandon september 23 Bridgeman the Deatti of Frank Bridgeman of Rivers occurred Fri at the Riverdale personal care Bridgeman was born in the Rivers he had lived on the family farm Woodgate farm his entire life excluding the last three years where he had re sided at the Riverdale personal care Bridgeman was a trustee for 25 years in the Lothair school he was a sports Man and and had a special interest in his registered Hereford cattle and his Labrador Bridgeman was predeceased by his wife Emily a sister Margaret and a brother he is survived by a daughter Ella and husband Doug younger of and two sons Ray of Brandon and Grant and wife Sharon of Al five three great grandchildren and Sev eral nieces and nephews also funeral service will be held at the James anglican Church in on 28 at 2 John Wiebe will interment will be in the Ancrum if friends so donations May be made to a Charity of arrangements Are with Cameron Donald Duncan of passed away peacefully at the Brandon general Hospital age in lieu of Flowers donations May be made to title sclerosis funeral arrangements Are pending with Eyers Nestebo funeral Complete obituary to Fol Campbell Catherine Mabel of formerly of passed away in the health science Centre on she was born in her parents later moved to Margaret where her education continuing on in Brandon and miss Campbell taught school in several Rural areas before moving to teaching Many years and completing her Ca reer working with the guid Ance remedial Reading depart she was predeceased by her parents and two Brothers Percy and she is survived by her sister inlaw Isobel Campbell a Niece Barbara great Niece Lisa Dagg of Margaret four nieces in a Nephew Ian Campbell of Winnipeg As Well As their families and several after Crema Brenda Kersell will con duct a memorial service in Kings United Church at Margaret on at 2 with interment in the family in lieu of Flowers friends May contribute to the Charity of tenders the Manitoba water services Board notice of tenders sealed marked will be received by the undersigned at the Mani Toba water services Imperial 2022 Currie Box bran r7a up to 11 prevail ing Brandon time on 1987 for the following works the upgrading of a lift station and construction of a Force Aih to the existing Wastewater stabilization Pond in the town of marked contract a web 343 town of Stonewall lift station upgrading and Force main tenders will be publicly opened and read at the time and Date specified each tender must be accompanied by a executed bid Bond on the form provided and in favor of the honorable minister of agriculture for the amount shown on the under no circumstances will a certified Cheque be accepted in lieu of a bid tender documents be obtained on or after at 2022 Currie Box r7a on the Deposit of a certified Cheque in the amount of on each Deposit will be refunded Only on 1 the submission of a Bona fide tender or 2 the return of the tender documents within seven 7 Days after tender the lowest or any tender May not necessarily be a Hitruski minister of agriculture Manitoba Hydro i tender for Supply and construction of Killarney service Centre and Swan River service Centre quotation numbers 29393 and 28394 sealed tenders in duplicate will be received until for the construction of the Killarney and Swan River service specifications will be available for perusal at the office of the purchasing department of Manitoba the Winnipeg construction Sanford Evans news Southam building Brandon construction Manitoba Hydro Brandon area Dauphin area Swan River District Killarney District architect in and from those general contractors who have received this this information can be obtained from shall be enclosed in a sealed envelope marked tender for Supply and construction of Killarney service Centre and Swan River service Centre and shall be forwarded to manager purchasing Manitoba Box 1287 820 Taylor r3c each tender shall be accompanied by either a bid a certified Cheque payable to Mani Toba Hydro or a Cash Deposit in an amount of hot less than ten percent of copies of the specification May be obtained upon application by contacting Syl purchasing Box 1287 820 Taylor r3c 2z1 Telephone 204 4743776 or Michael 3126th bran r7a Telephone 204 these documents will be available to electrical and mechanical Manitoba Hydro reserves the right to reject any or All tenders and the lowest tender will not necessarily be purchasing manager Mason Albert 82 years died at the Souris District hos Pital on funeral ser vices will be held from Pauls United Souris on at 2 interment in Glenwood if friends so desire contributions gratefully accepted to a Charity of your arrangements Are with diehls funeral Stacey George Edward Stacey passed away at Hillcrest place on at age 70 Eddie was born at the eldest son of Richard and Ruth Stacey who later resided in Crystal City and Clear water areas where they raised their family of Eddie left Home in 1932 at age 15 to make his living at farm work and in 1939 he and Evelyn Pritchard were mar their Early married life was spent at his Uncle Roy Moffatt farm South of Holmfield where their daughter Donna was in left farm life and settled in Cartwright where Eddie was employed by Cartwright Creamery until he enlisted in the he served overseas and returned after the War to join his wife and daughter in Killarney where he worked for 10 years in the construction business before moving to retired having worked for North american lumber and his retirement gave him time to enjoy the company of his inane Good he derived much from and working with the members of the clubs to which he he took an Active part in the formation of the Centennial social club of which he was elected the first and was a member of Bra Rich of the Royal Canadian always Lover of he had played the violin since a Young and he greatly enjoyed a thoughtful and compassionate Man who had experienced hardships during his own he was ready and willing to help others in Eddie was a very devoted father and he was predeceased by his Richard and Ruth and leaves to mourn his passing his wife Evelyn daughter Soninlaw Hugh May and five grandchildren Dogulas and also surviving Are one brother Gordon and three Sisters Bessie Doris towns and Pearl towns As Well As his brother sin nieces and a memorial service was held in Rosewood memorial Chapel on 15 with Terry Shil Lington pallbearers were Bill Gray and Ron Pritchard of Ken Agar and Archie Patterson of Gary Black of notre Dame de Lourdes and Bill Giesbrecht of members of Royal Canadian legion for med a guard of Honor and per formed memorable graveside took place in Rosewood memorial memorial donations May be made to the Brandon general Hospital a Loving husband and tender and what a Beautiful memory you leave Blaikie charged with insider Montreal up Peter a past National president of the progressive conservative and six other people have been charged with insider trading in the Sale of Tel Globe the Quebec securities com Mission made the charges Public Friday following a seven month investigation into the Sale of the prof government owned Tele communications company to Mem Otec data a Small Treal for Tough new measures adopted by the commission make it illegal for corporate or Stock Market in siders to use confidential information for privatization minister Barbara Mcdougall said in Ottawa Friday that who acted As Legal counsel to Mem Otec during the has resigned from his recent appointment to the Canada development investment corpor in Brief opposition spokesmen in Ottawa demanded a full parliamentary inquiry into the a partner in the Mon Treal Legal Heenan is accused in charges filed in sessions court of acquiring shares of Mem Otec Stock in january when he had confidential information that the company planned a bid for the others charged Are Ken Neth also a Heenan Blaikie lawyer three directors of Mem Otec Marc Berlet and Josepj Szaszkiewicz and Jacques Tousig Nant and Beatrice who share the same Beauchamp and Tousignant Are top executives of Nova Cap invest ments one of two principal shareholders in Mem Otec the seven face fines of Between and and prison terms of up to two years if con they have been ordered to appear in court Mcdougall said the Federal government cooperated fully with the Quebec regulatory and that hone of those charged acted on behalf of the Blaikie was in South Carolina on Friday and could not be reached for but Jean a Heenan Blaikie said the firm feels that there was nothing reprehensible about the whole Tele Globe emote transaction and that the charges against Blaikie Are not substantiated what news of the charges broke just prior to question period in the House of commons when Deputy prime minister Don Mazankowski Learned of he refused to comment on the but lome the Dps regional expansion demanded a parliamentary inquiry not Only into the Sale of hut the whole question of Patron he told reporters an inquiry May shed some Light As to Why such a Small Little could Swallow a big maybe we know Why Mem Otec was considered by telecommunications experts As the Longshot in an intense bidding War among several corporate heavy k weights for Tel Globe after Ottawa announced it would be Quebec securities commission chairman Paul Guy said the investigation is by no Means com the charges Laid so far cover Only Between last no vember and there Are a lot of other people under Guy crime rate up Ottawa up the crime rate in Canada Rose last year for the first time since the Early the Canadian Centre for Justice statistics said the Centre reported the rate jumped four per cent from 1985 to offences per popu the five Western provinces and the territories All had crime rates higher than National the Centre it reported violent crimes Rose eight per cent last year to while crimes involving property Rose per cent to the National rate for criminal code offences was per a increase Over the highest provincial rate was in British Columbia at per followed by Manitoba at Manitoba rate increased per cent Over the biggest percentage the National homicide rate was victims per the rate was in British col again followed by Manitoba at Manitoba registered a cent increase in property come the rate rising to exceeded Only by British hurts investment at bad time too proposed income tax changes nails new hearing told by Darlene rude Winnipeg a proposal to change farm income taxes will discourage beginning Farmers and dry up new invest ment in a spokesman for the United Grain growers said new Farmers Are hardest hit by the tax Ray Custar told the House of com Mons finance committee on the last Day of a series of hearings in Western at a time when land values Are falling and Farmers Are going out of there is a Clear need for More not the part of finance minister Michael Wilsons tax Reform plan announced earlier this Calls for Farmers to switch to the accrual system of accounting used by until Treyve been allowed to use a simple income against expenses the plan is aimed at weeding out those who use farming solely for tax it requires Farmers to put a value on nonfarm such As stored As Well As Money owed the plan has come under fire by Western farm who contend the government Hast adequately explained a system they feel will turn income tax calculations into a Nightmare for the proposal will be toughest on new Farmers who traditionally use an of farm Job to get their business Custar the plan will decrease the amount of losses farms can deduct from such the proposal also says begin ning Farmers must show a profit of their first seven years of operation or they will lose the exemptions they Are entitled Custar said its not unusual for any Farmer to lose Money Sev eral years in a it int difficult to see this situation leads the trend toward larger farms will a celer he Jack the president of Keystone agricultural said Revenue Canada should consider allowing Farmers to write off in losses Over five Penner told the committee that a panel of rather than tax should be Al Lowed to decide if someone is a legitimate Farmer or the Farmers themselves could decide if the neighbor is legitimately trying to farm or just using it As a said the head of Manitoba largest farm the committee will hold i further hearings in Halifax and i Ottawa before it begins writing a i final actress Dies motive mystery in teens killing spree a a use Sun want ads the Darkece temptress of i the maltese Falcon and Star of Doz ens of other films in a 42year Ca died Early today of natural causes at the motion picture country she was Astor made her screen debut in the silent at age and was almost a casualty of the transition to she also nearly fell Vic Tim to alcohol and but both times she found the strength to make a new her other films included Dodsworth with Walter Huston prisoner of Zenda with Ronald col Eman and the great with Bette which garnered her a supporting actress Raf Page Friday that left his three Young Brothers and an aunt dead before he was killed in a scuffle with an authorities in Missouri no motive was known for1 the which police said appeared to have been carried out by Kirk a High school Stu Dent described by a school adminis Trator As quiet and Eugene the Webster county said a pistol believed to have been in the slayings was found in the dead boys investigators at the scene said Buckner apparently fired the Fraker said a coroners jury will investigate the shootings and an inquest was planned for the first of the shootings a parently1 occurred near Dawn at the farm of Jan and Steve Kirk Bucklers near a Small Community near Marshfield and about 32 Kilometres Northeast of Fraker said authorities were first alerted to the slayings when Jim Kirk Bucklers called and said he needed help at his paramedics found he had been Fraker said he and his deputies found Kirk Buckner shot or stabbed to death and sch Nicks shot to authorities said Kirk Buckner apparently was killed while he scuffled with Jim in a7 relative who called to the Schnick residence said we should Check on the Steve Bucklers because that was where the boy was deputies to the Buckner about eight Kilometres found Jan Buckner shot to death near a barn and the other three Buckner children and 8 shot to death inside the the father of the boys was found several hours later shot Ito death in a cemetery about 1m kilo metres from the Buckner authorities Schnick was listed in fair condition in a Wraa a bpm hmm Bumm a b h 4 eat Eaton get clean Down to nothing and receive a Little everything Bonus from new rinse off Eye makeup solvent is great for Quick midday ret Puches or wiping away streaks from at the end of the it quickly erases the Days tired makeup without a Trace just one absorbent sweep of a Well dampened Cotton a splash of and youre ready for bed or a fresh new makeup rinse off Eye makeup 120 my not shown Beauty emergency 60 my Quick dissolve makeup 240 my Bonus with the 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