Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 27, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta
28 THE LETHBPIDGE HERAID Friday, April 2., s 4 Un nfcmoriamS DEATHS Fashed away in Lethbridge on Wednesday, April 25, 1973 Marlene Ethei Holland, age 39 of Fort Macleod. The funeral .spruce will be held in Trinity United Churxii Scuui'iay, April at 1 p.m. Interment in Union Cem3- Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FUNERAL HOME LTD., Fort Macleod. C9044 NEWSOME Catherine, be- tovecl -wife of Harry Newsome of Coleman. passed away in the Foothills Hospital, Calgary on Thursday, April 26, 1973 at age 83 years. She was bora in Scot- land on March 18, 1890 and came to Canada in 19111, home- steading in the Carmangay dis- trict and came to Coleman in 1941, -where she has resided since. Besides her loving hus- band, she is survived by two sons, James Fraser of Calgary and Harry Newsome Jr. of Ed- monton; five grandchildren and six great-grandchildren. Funer- al services will be held in the Coleman United Church on Monday, April 30 at p.m., with Mr. Peter Walker of Fort Macleod officiating. Interment will follow. Coleman Union Cemetery. FAVTIN CHAPELS LTD., is in charge. C9043 Fly-by-night services come under fire CARD OF THANKS TORRIE The family of the late Albert Torrie wish to extend sincere appreciation to friends. EDMONTON (CP) Tales neighbors and relatives for the Of fly-by-night dating and beautiful flowers, expressions of sympathy and help, at the recent loss of our dear husband, father and grandfather, and a special thanks to all those who took part travel services and reducing clinics were heard in the leg- islature in support of a private member's bill that would have down payment funds kept in in the service, and to the ladies j until the goods or ser- of the Grassy Lake community i were rendered. who brought and served such a "There is an appalling lack delicious lunch after the funeral. A. Torrie Luke and Urilla Raisbeek Marvin and Guinivere Tonic Joe and La Rue Roberts Grandchildren grandchildren. and great of legislative control in this said Ron Ghitter (PC- Calgary Buffalo) who seconded a bill introduced by Les Young (PC Edmonton Jasper Jim Henderson, Social Credit 1363-28 house leader, agreed. He said it 'is obvious the government has j not eivoi much thought to its FUNERALS BERRY Robert Gordon, a resident of Gold River, B.C., passed away on January 25, 1973, accidentally in Gold River, at the age of 45 years. Bora in Lethbridge, he came to B.C. 30 years ago, and resided in Gold River where he was employed by the Tahsis Co. as foreman. He is survived by his wife, Judy; two daughters, Kelly and Patty, all residing at 652 Railway Ave., Nanaimo, B.C.; father and step-mother, Mr. and Mrs. M. Leth- bridge; a brother, James Berry, Lethbridge; a step-sister, Mrs. R. (Carol) Rose, Lethbridge, a step-brother, Danny Verword. Medicine Hat. Funeral services were held Tuesday, April 24, in Nanaimo, B.C. Memorial do- nations may be sent to the Heart Fund, c-o Mrs. D. Fear- on, 660 Beach Dr., Nanaimo, B.C. IN MEMORIAMS VENHUIS In loving mem- ory of a dear father and grand- father, Peter who pass- ed away April 27, 1972. Fanny and children. 1368 I new consumer affairs depart- ment which appeared to be set up almost as an afterthought. No legislation from the depart- ment was planned until the fall BOETTCHER Treasured memories of a beloved husband and father, Roger Boettcher. who died April 27, 1989. missed by Helen and the children. 1367 GEJDOS In loving mem- ory of Andrew Gejdos, who pass- ed away April 27, 1956. Mi1. Young's bill would re- quire sellers to treat down pay- ments of not less than in retail sales contracts as "trust funds which must be kept aside from the operating funds of the firm until the goods or ser- vices had been delivered ac- cording to the contract. A seller who did not comply would be liable to a fine of not less than or more than The bill also would allow the aawaj government to check the sell- W1" ers bocks. It sets out a proce- j dure for the recovery of a down if the act has been always stay, Loved and remembered every i In Calgary, a travel service opened with 10 women tele- phoning hundreds of persons to inform them they had won "free e'' accommodation for three nights in Las Vegas. However, they had to pay for a ''travel certificate." Mr. Ghitter said the com- pany closed in two weeks. Many of the persons who had paid received nothing for their money. He mentioned a "national dating service'1 which collected from persons in Calgary. It later closed its cfoors across Canada, leaving many contracts unfulfilled. First resignation in U.S. scandal WASHINGTON (AP) The sudden, unexpected resignation of former Nixon campaign dep- uty Jeb Magruder from the U.S. commerce department adds a new dimension to the Watergate scandal. It was the first resignation of any high administration official involved in the widening wire- tap affair. In another development, the Washington Post, the New York Times and New York Daily News quote sources as saying that Acting FBI Director L. Patrick Gray destroyed docu- ments belonging to convicted Watergate conspirator E. How- ard Hunt Jr. after being told by presidential aides John Ehrlich- man and John Dean that the documents should "never see the light of day." Ehrlichman issued a state- ment through the White House press office confirming that at a June, 1972, meeting in his White House office Dean gave Gray a sealed envelope contain- ing "some of the contents of Hunt's safe." "Mr. Gray was told by Mr. Dean that the contents were sensitive materials not in any way related to the Watergate said the statement. "I was present but neither then nor at any other time did I give Mr. Gray any request, sugges- j tion or instruction regarding what should be done with the contents. Magruder left his year job as commerce depart- ment director of policy develop- ment without formal notice. His lawyer, James J. Bierbower. Lights dimmed CAIRO (AP) Street lights in this city of'six million per- sons will be dimmed by 25 per cent beginning tonight as part of Egypt's stepped-up prepara- tions for "total with Israel. was asked late Thursday night for an explanation. He said: "There will be none." Magruder, 38, set up the early Nixon campaign efforts and stayed as No. 2 man when At- torney-General John N. Mitchell formally quit his law-enlorce- ment duties to run the cam- paign. folders, one-eighth inch thick The newspaper stories say th( files included phoney state de partment documents purporting to show the late Presidet John F. Kennedy played a roJe in 1903 political assassination 01 South Vietnamese President Ngo Dinh Diem, and a dossier of Senator Edward M. Kennedy In other Watergate develop-1 ami his 1969 automobile acci- i dent at Chappaquiddick, Mass, in wliich a female secretary ments. Spiro Agnewj was quoted as saying he would resign if the Watergate scandal makes it impossible for him to continue in good conscience. He also said he has no intention of' resigning and still has c o r- j fidence the president "has not been involved in any way that would shock my conscience.'' Agnew made his remarks to members of the Harvard Re- publican Club in his office Wednesday. His office made available a transcript of his statement Thursday. The documents reported de- stroyed by Gray were in two FOR SALE Late 1970 680B CASE BACKHOE AND LOADER 2550 hours with cab. 18 and 30 inch backhoe buckets and extras. Can be financed with good established credit rat- ing. PHONE 327-6386 OR 327-0092 Always remembered and sadly missed by his loving wife and family. 1368 HOGAN7 In loving memory of Mrs. Jane Annie Hogan, a dear grandmother and great- grandmother, who passed away April 1972. Those we love go out of sight But never cut of mind, For they are cherished in the thoughts Of those they left behind. remembered by Rich- ard, Gerry. Jeffrey and Michael. 1369 violated. LETHBRIDGE CASE Mr. Ghitter said the bill would help protect consumers from the who was sometimes found operating in such fields as schools for judo, modelling or sewing. He mentioned a reducing clinic that opened in Leth- bridge in 1971 and obtained 950 contracts at each. The school closed shortly af- terwards, lea'.iig 375 contracts unfulfilled. It opened again in Red Deer "and closed down again in the middle of the night." POTTS Funeral ssrvice for James Potts, once beloved by the late Margaret Potts of Taber and a Taber resident died Monday, April 23. 1973, at the age of 94 years, held at 2 p.m. Thursday, B.C. government opposes railway VICTORIA, B.C. (CP) At- torney General Alex MacDon- ald said yesterday that the British Columbia government April 26, 1973. in the Taber i will continue to oppose plans Third Ward Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints with Bishop Wayne Gough offi- ciating. Honorary pallbearers were W. H. Harris, Alex Stew- art, Ross Gibb, Burns Wood. W. G. Piersoa and William Murphy. Active pallbearers were Jerry Layton, William Wright, Roy Easthope, Donald Crawford, Bud Fallon and Ralph Jensen. Interment was in ths Taber Memorial Gar- Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. j CARD OF THANKS railway's application for a per- mit to cross crown land. M. Bruce Pepper, president of Crows Nest Industries, Ltd., which owns the railway com- pany, said Wednesday that the company would be violating its provincial permit if construc- tion did not bQgin by May 1. Under the charter given to the company by the Social Credit administration in 1967, con- struction must be completed by July i, 1975. Mr. Pepper said the com- pany had made a routine appli- cation for r i g h t s of way through provincial and 10 days ago but had not heard any- j thing. The rail company has pro- posed an 30-mile line for ship- ment of coal from Line Creek, 10 miles north of Sparwood, to Roosville. at the United States i border where it will connect EDMONTON (CP) Allen vvilh the Burlington Northern Railway and run through the states and cross into Canada by the Kootenay and Elk Rail- way to construct an 80-mile line from Creek near Spar- to the U.S. Border. Construction on the railway began Thursday de- spite lack of approval for rights-of-way through provin- cial land. The attorney general said the p r o v i n c i a 1 government cculd do a number of things to the rail- rejecting the roa including Sulatycky named new director VEDMEDECIIUK I wish i B Sulatycky. a former Liberal to express my sincere appieci-JMP for "Rocky Mountain who OMMO _u __ ation to my relativco ana, now- is a partner in an Edmon-' af Bank B.C. i i f _ I -o friends. Father Zubach and ton law firm, has been appoint- the Miner's Library, who visit-, gd by the federal government ed. sent flowers ard cards. to the cf directors o f while I was a patient in the Panarctic Oil V.d. hospital. Special thanks Jo my doctor and nursing staff of M.iitipal Hcspitsl for ihcir kind care ar.d attention Thank yen very kindly. Vcdir.etJcchuk tion. Reporter named to govt. post CAMPBELL HAUBURTON Mr. uhn uas de- fea'.eo in October. 1972 gen- eral clfC'.o.'.. ard Maurices a Montreal lawyer, were appointed to the board to in- EDMONTON (CP) Inier- cfease government represents- governmental Affairs Minister 1 Don Gctiy today announced the appointment of John LJndblad, 43. an Edmoton Journal re- porter, as head cf the prov- inces department cf fcdercl and intergovernmental affairs (SOUTHERN) LTD. 418 5th Street South LETHBRIDGE ALBERTA Real Estate and Insurance Of All Kinds Listings Or All Kinds Requested MEMBER MULTIPLE USTING SERVICE Phone 327-5523 327-O215 Repiesentative: B. J. MERCHANT Business 327-0215 Residence 328-7845 office in Ottawa. Line cleared i I BILLINGS. 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