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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - June 20, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta I Births, Deaths, Funerals, I Cards Of Thanks, I In Memoriams DEATHS MARTENS Passed away in the city on Sunday, June 18, 1972, Sean Michael Martens, beloved son of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin G. Martens. The funeral service will be held on Wednesday at p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th Street North, with Rev. K. Morris of- ficiating. Interment will follow in Archmount Memorial Gar- dens. Friends may pay tteir respects at Martin Bros. ME- MORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th Street North; phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of the Funeral Service. C2650 GAMMON Passed away in the city on Sunday, June 18, 1972, Mr. RolMM-t John Gam- mon at the age of 87 years, be- loved husband of Mrs. Ann Gammon of 2505 Scenic Drive. The late Mr. Gammon was born in River Nova Scotia in 1885 and came to Lethbrldge in 1910. He worked as a blacksmith at Coalhurst and Lcthbridge until liis retire- ment in the late 1950's Besides his loving wife he is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Nita Gait of Lcthbridge, Mrs. R. (Elaine) Donaldson of Wild Horse; one son Gordon E. pi Lethbridge; three grandchil- dren, one great grandchild and one sister, Mrs. Florence- Brock, Boston. He was prede- ceased by one daughter Ileen and one son Robert R. Gam- mon. The funeral service was held on Tuesday at p.m. (today) in Martin Bros. TRA- DITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avenue South. Interment fol- lowed in the family plot, Moun- tain' View Cemetery. Those who wish may donate to the Canadian Cancer Society or the charity of their choice. MAR- TIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. C2660 Ethno-cultural council looms IN MEMORIAM WILSON In loving mem- ory of my dear wife, Elizabeth Wikon, who passed away June Dear mother, how wo miss you As the fleeUng years go by, Out hearts arc often heavy And a tear drop fills the eye. 'You have passed from earth to Heaven To join the Heavenly host, Smiling faces will be there Ths one you loved the most. We're sad because we lost you On earth we'll meet no more, But we know you will bo wait- ing Over that Golden Shore. loved and remem- bered by Charlie Wilson and family. CARDS OF THANKS PIPER I T7ould like to thank my doctors of the Hunt CUnlc and all the staff af the Municipal Hospital for the won- derful care I received while In tie hospital. Also a very special thanks to my family and friends for their visits, gifts and cards. It was so nice to be remember- ed by so many old friends. Huthea Piper. 4098 ORR The family of Javona Orr, Fort Macleod, wish to ex- press heartfelt thanks and ap- preciation to all the friends and relatives that called, sent cards, flowers and food, to the Pioneer Lodge, Matron, the doctors; also to all those that participated in the funeral services and Chris- tensen Salmon Funeral Direct- ors. 409J-22 GAREAU Sincere thanks to the doctors and nursing staff of St. Michael's Hospital and Southland Nursing Home and also to Rev. M. Gillies O.M.I., who was so devoted to his care during his slay; also special thanks for the many cards, flowers, expressions of sym- pathy and for all those who helped in any way (hn-ing our recent bereavement. and Mrs. C. E. Nelsoo, 4097 IN MEMORIAMS PEARSON In loving mem- ory of a dear grandmother and great-grandmother, Sadie Pear- son, who passed away June 20, 1971. She lived in life for those she loved, And those she loved remem- ber, loved and remember- ed by Miles, Noel and Erin. 41CO EDMONTON (CP) Alberta could have an ethno-cultural ad- visory council within a month or two, Horst Schmid, minister of culture, youth and recrea- tion, told a cultural heritage conference here. Mr. Schmid told the closing session of the tliree-day con- ference he will seek cabinet ap- proval for the council once a solution has been found to rep- resentation on the body. Several workshop groups at the conference, attended by Nurses settle their dispute SYDNEY, N.S. (CP) Strik- ing nurses at one of two Cape Breton hospitals have settled their dispute. A joint statement from t h e Nurses Staff Association and the hoard of directors of St. Elizabeth Hospital at nearby North Sydney announced that 60 nurses had terminated their walkout. Newspaper closed BOSTON (AP) The Boston Herald Traveler ceased publi- cation here and disappeared from the newstands, as did the tabloid format of the takeover newspaper the Record-Am- erican. some 300 to 400 delegates and observers from 46 ethnic groups and 100 organizations in Alber- ta, recommended that an ad- visory council be set up to serve as an Intermediary be- tween the provincial govern- ment and ethnic groups. Mr. Schmid said other con- ference recommendations will also be given consideration. SUSPECT DISCRIMINATION A workshop group that dealt with human rights and values asked the province to to the federal government the suspicions felt by some minor- ity groups that there is dis- crimination in the granting of landed immigrant visas." "It is felt that the citizens of certain countries have a great- er advantage due to, for ex- ample, historical associations, racial or social characteristics. "Such practices in the inter- pretation of immigration laws cannot fail to tarnish the world image of Canada." Eight workshop groups stud- ied problems faced by ethnic groups in the areas of langu- age and education. They rec- that minority lang- uages be taught at all school levels where it is practical and sufficient demand exists, and that efforts be made to develop an adequate supply of ethnic curriculum materials. AVALANCHE VICTIM Fireman carries unconcious girl covered with plaster dust, from a demolished Hong Kong apartment building. Three apartments collapsed in the wake of a rain-triggered avalanche also smash- ed down on a squatler huf area. More than 150 persons are feared dead. (AP Wirephoto) Tuesday, Juni SO, THE IETHBRIDGE HERAID _ Monster-hunters ending search Written for The Canadian Press By HUGH DAVIDSON GLASGOW (CP) The Loch Ness monster-hunters are end- ing their 12-year search for sci- entific evidence to establish the existence of the elusive "Nes- sie." David James, Conservative MI' for North Dorset and execu- tive director of the Loch Ness Phenomena Investigation Bu- reau, says the bureau is ceasing its activities at the end of this year because it cannot obtain renewal from Inverness county authorities of the temporary planning permission for its headquarters at Achnahannet, near Drumnadrochit. It has al- ready been extended several times. The monster-hunters, them- selves something of a tourist at- traction drawing visitors a year to the bureau, had also applied for an alternative site farther along the loch at Fa- sach, Invermoriston, where they had planned to set up a perma- nent headquarters. SIGHTINGS CLAIMED This was turned down because of fears that the additional traf- fic would block a busy highway and because of a policy of dis- couraging building alongside the loch. The organization had raised thousands of pounds In Britain and the United States to buy camera equipment and finance its day-and-night observations, mostly performed by volun- teers. Bureau secretary Holly Arnold, 23, said the summer of 1972 would see the last of their operations. The bureau claims to have recorded !00 "positive sight- Ings" of the Loch Ness monster. David James says they "proved beyond doubt" that an unusual creature or creatures inhabit the loch. "Our task now is to Identify he said recently. But Nessie may have had the Inst laugh, having successfully evaded all the bureau's elabo- rate search equipment including a miniature submarine, under- water echo sounders, gliders and even sex bait. Mrs. Sfeuart dies in nursing home REGINA (CP) Abbey Sleu- art, mother of Saskatchewan Opposition Leader Dave Steu- art, died here in a city nursing home. She was 86. Born in Charles City, Iowa, Mrs. Steuart moved to Sas- katchewan in 1907, and after living in Regina and Moose Jaw moved to Prince Albert in 1934. CHRISTENSEN In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Emran, who passed away June 20, 1967. A thought, a prayer, a secret tear, Then a silent wish that you were here. loved and remembered by his wife and family 4101 CH1STIE In loving mem- ory of a dear mother and grand- mother, Maria Chlstie, who pass- ed away June 20, 1970. Forget you mom we never will For in our hearts you are with us still. Behind our smiles there is many a tear For the mom we lost and loved so dear. remembered b y daughter, Kate and grand- son Bill. 2993 Ex-church official found dead TORONTO (CP) Rev. James Alan Munro, 72, a for- mer moderator of the genera! assembly of the Presbyterian Church in Canada, was found dead Monday at his home. Mr. Munro had suffered a heart ailment for some years. He was executive director of the National Development Fund, through which the church has raised more than million for capital needs. Born in Winnipeg, he was edu- cated at Saskatoon Teachers College and the University of Saskatoon, from which he grad- uated with a bachelor of arts degree. After teaching in Saskatche- wan he came to Knox College here, graduating in 1931. He served at Rosetown, Sask., and Chilliwack, B.C., before joining the Canadian Army as B chaplain. He served with the Canadian 5lh Division and received the Military Cross in 1944 for hero- Ism at Fortunata Ridge during the Italian campaign. At the end of the Second World War, he was deputy sen- ior Protestant chaplain overseas with the rank of lieutenant-colo- nel. Following discharge, he be- came superintendent of mis- sions for Western Canada and look over the national post of secretary for home missions in 1949, a position he held for 16 years. He was elected moderator of the general assembly In 1965, His wife, Donelda, died in 1B67. He is survived by two sis- ters, Mrs. R. Elliott of Victoria and Mrs. J. O. Wilhelm of To- ronto. FOREST MANAGEMENT Silviculture is a part of forest management dealing with the establishment, tending and re- newal of forests. Stabbed mau crawls out of deep well MANILA (AP) A man with 16 stab wounds crawled out of a 30-foot well, leaving a dead man behind, and ac- cused the police in neighbor- Ing Quezon City of putting them there. Manila police said Richard Aburdo, 24, made his way to their headquarters. The Quezon City police ar- rscted Aburdo, Zaldy Ver- gara, 24, and Alfredo Maca- batbat last Thursday and charged them with the mur- der of a Quezon city po- liceman. On Friday they re- ported the three men had es- I caped. SIMPSONS-SEARS 7 4 DAYS ONLY AUTO AIR CONDITIONERS GUARANTEED 36 MONTHS or MILES. Deluxe Air Conditioner Special. Fea- tures Pre-cool. 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