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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 14, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta DEATHS passed away Thursday, September 14, 1972, in Magrath at the age of 80 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Jeanett Card of Magrath. Fu- neral arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Directors Funeral Sen-ice. C4279 SCIIALK Passed away In DEATHS t NkLSON Passed away suddenly at the residence on Tuesday, September 12, 1972, Mr. Eric Nelson at the age of 61 years, beloved husband ol Mrs. Charlotte Nelson ot 116 19th St. N. Born In Cone, Swe- den, the late Mr. Nelson came to live in southern Alberta in 1913 and to Lethbridge in 1930. He was a well known carpenter in Lethbridge and District for many years: Beside his loving I or 19 Mr Pr-tpr vnle' ne survlved "V two (Gertrude' Schalk. The funeral service will be held on Fri- Nelson of Kimberley, six grand children, Mrs. (Lillian) Art B.C., Mrs day at 3 p.m. in the Christian ,T Rev follow in the Archrnount Mem- onal Gardens. In lieu of flow- of" thsir" choice. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral service. C4284 JENSEN Eldon, passed away in Raymond on Wednes- day, September 13, 1972, at tho age 80 years, beloved hus- band of tho late Mary Jane Jensen, who passed in 1947. Mr. Jensen came to Can- ada from Utah in 1910 and set- Thg fu tin Bros MEMORl CHAPEI. DEATHS CHOW Passed away in the I FUNERALS GANGER Requiem mass FUNERAL Carmangay Hospital on Wed-1 for Mrs. Helen Ganger, beloved nesday, September Mr. wile of the late John Ganger Raymond Henry Crow at the who died Friday, Sept. 8, 1972, age of 62 years, beloved hus- at the age of 74 years, was said jand of Mrs. Mary Crow oil at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Sept. Barons. He also leaves to 12, 1972, in St. Volodymyr's mourn, one son, Robert Stanley Ukrainian Catholic Church of Fort McMurray; one sister, wju, Rev. L. R. Syvenkey the Mrs. Barbara Anderson of 1celebrant. Pallbearers were Bill Blackie; one brother, Glen Ganger; Walter, Bill, John and Howard, of Barons and one Mark grandson. He was predeceased by his first wife, Helen m 1948, also his parents and one broth- and one sister. He was a vucurevich; _ Honorary and Phil pallbearers Kick vucure- Larry, John and Robert TAYLOR Funeral service for Mrs. Arzella Taylor, beloved wife of tlio late Lewell Taylor of Cardston who died at Card- ston Monday, Sept. 11, 1972, at the ago of 84 years, was held at p.m., Wednesday, Sept. 13, 1972, in the Card- ston 4th Ward Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints Chapel with Bishop W. J. HoUingsworth officiating. Pallbearers were Bob, Don and Evan Taylor, Cliff Woolford, Bally Albiston and Dean Beng- ry. Interment was in the Card- Eton Cemetery. Christensen Sal- mon Funeral Home Ltd., Direc- tors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARD OF THANKS JONES We would like to especially thank the doctors and nurses on third, floor, Munici- Montana hoard approves budget for schools HAVRE, Mont. (AP) The Montana Board of Higher Edu- catlon has approved a mil- lion budget for Montana's five vocational-technical centres. The budget now must be ap- proved by the 1973 legislature. Total amount proposed for the five centres is mil- lion. The board postponed until next month action on a pro- posed building budget ot near- ly million. Thuredoy, S.pl.mb.r 14, I97Z THE LFTHBRIDGe HWALD 27 Guidelines set for ministers er and one sister. He was a Garger. Pete Spanos ma stevc member of the Masonic Lodge, Vwylvk interment was in the vary section Moun. tain View Cemetery. Christen- Salmon H Q m e of Funeral Ser- tfi St. with Rev. A. T. officiating. Interment will in Mountain View Cem- etery. MARTIN BROS LTD. Directors of the Funeral Ser- C4283 DEAN Passed away at Ta- iled in the Magrath District. He ber on Wednesday, September married in 1914 and was active- 16, 1972, Luvella, of Grassy Iv engafcd In farming until Lake, at the age of 56 years. 1952 when he retired to Ma- Born at Grassy Lake, August Erath About 1982 he moved to 29, 1916, Mrs. Dean received ide View Lode in Ra- her education at Grassy Lake and married at Lethbridge, No- the Ridge View Lodge in Ray mond to enjoy his remaining years. He leaves to mourn his passing one son, Bert of Leth- bridBe; one daughter, Mrs. Elmer. (Dolores) Bennett of Vancouver; five grandchildren; vember 1, 1952 and she has re- sided at Grassy Lake until the time of her passing. Prede- ceased by her parents and one son, survivors include her hus- Elks Lodge, Canadian Legion, was Instrumental in starting the Barons 4-H Beef Club and cas an ardent curler, Ray- mond spent his life in Barons I charge' where he was active in raising b cattle and farming until his re- rangements tirement. The funeral service1 will be held on Saturday at p.m. in the Barons United POWELL Funeral service Church, with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. for Mrs. Margaret Powell, be- Elliott officiating. Interment loved wife of the late Joseph will follow in the Claresholm Richard Powell of Cardston Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. was held at 2 p.m. Monday, LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser- n, 1972, in the Cardslon vice. 4th Ward Church of Jesus C42811 Christ of Latter Day Saints Chapel with Bishop W. J. Hoi lingsworth officiating. Pallbear- i ers were Wayne Hague, Brian REITEII Passed away In aad Richard Gruninger, Blair the city on Tuesday, September Hallj Crajg slawson Max 12, 1972, following a bnef 'U- hyoslyng. Interment was in the ness, Mrs. Emily Reiter at the Ometerv. Christen- age of 90 years, of the Edith Cavell Nursing Home, beloved wife of the late Mr. Charles Reiter. Born and raised in Lithuania the late Mrs. Reiter came to the United States in pal Hospital for all the care and kindness given to Percy during his hospitalization; also to friends and relatives for flowers and cards. and K. Margin boosted in B.C. vote IN MEMORIAM JONES In loving memory of my beloved husband, Horace Jones, who passed away Sep- tember 14, 1971. remembered f3id sadly missed by his loving wife Gladys. 8977 Cardston Cemetery. Christen- sen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice, was in charge of the ar- Hertz heqd dies NEW YORK AP) Ronald Perman, 52, chairman and DAWSON CREEK, B.C. (CP Social Crediter Don Phillip saw his winning margin in the Aug. 30 provincial election in creased to 23 votes from 1C wit (he final count of absentee bal lots completed in the riding o Peace River South. Mr. Phillips, 42, who held th riding for Social Credit from 1966 to 1969, received a total o votes compared with for Don Marshall, who joine the Conservative ticket after de- fecting from the Socred ranks in March. Mr. Marshall has eight days in which to ask for a recount. TORONTO (CP) Premier. William Davis announced today' series of guidelines Involving conflict of interest by cabinet ministers which he described as broader and more precise lan in any other jurisdiction In Canada. The guidelines, promised by VSr. Davis after two cases of onfllct of Interest Involving wo of his cabinet ministers, were unveiled at a news confer- ence. They provide: prohibition from purchas- ng, directly or Indirectly, land or interests In land in Ontario, interests in land develop- ment companies doing business here. Excluded is land acquirec for personal use for residential or recreational purposes. private company in which a minister if his family have an interest cannot becomi contractually involved with government. holding office, a mln Ister must request that a col league act for his ministry matters involving a persona beneficial interest that woul chief executive officer of the Hertz Corp., died of a heart at- tack Tuesday while playing golf in Latrobe, the company announced here. He became head of the equipment and car rental organization last Decem- ber. STINGING ATTACK RECIFE, Brazil CAP) Swarms of bees killed four horses and two donkeys, and in- jured several persons in north- eastern Brazil, police reported. The bee attacks followed plagues of crickets and grass- 1 hoppers in the region.________ bear on the discretion ol th government. must abstain from day-to-day participation I any business or professional ac tivity, or be a signing officer o any corporation. must disclose an change in their holdings of an types of property originally di closed by them. and their famlUi must divest themselves of an share Interest in public corpc atlons or, as a n alternative, ace these holdings In Uw ands of a trustee. Mr. Davis told a news confer- nce the guidelines are In the orm of a directive and would ot require legislation to make Km effective. 'The guidelines are not ex- laustive nor could they, In real- y, embrace all possible situ- ions representing or suggest- ing a conflict of Interest. 'The guidelines constitute a precedent and the determina- on to Impose them Is my wn." Mr. Davis' cabinet was rocked two weeks ago when "reasurer Darcy McKeough re- igned following disclosures tiat he had a financial Interest n a land development project n his home town of Chatham. Earlier Attorney General Dalton Bales was found to have engaged in land speculation in east-end area designed for commercial and residential jrowth. Mr. Bales turned over jis investments to a trust com- >any and has remained In tin :abinet. Mr. Davis said the govern- ment will give ministers a rea- sonable time to comply with the guidelines. Land and other holdings must be made avail- able for disclosure within a month. The premier said he was con- sidering applying these guide- lines to private members of the legislature and those holding certain administrative posi- tions, not defined, in the public service. three great grandchildren and band, Fred of Grassy Lake; ,_._ i nna rfanffXfur T'l' one sister, Leora Christensen of Magrath. He was prede- ceased by four brothers and two sisters. Funeral services will be held Saturday, Septem- one daughter, Patricia; one son, Michael at home; one brother, Mr. Bolcer Ell of Grassy Lake; one sister, Mrs. Adam (Burga) Fettig of Leth- ber 16 1972, at 1 p.m. in the bridge. Prayers will be said in Magrath LDS Chapel, with Bishop L. B. Tanner officiating. Interment will follow in the Ma- grath Cemetery. Friends may meet the family and pay their respects from 12 noon until prior to the service in tho church. The family are sympathetic to the Association for the Mental- ly Retarded. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Ser- vice. C4278 St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church, Taber, on Friday, Sep- tember 15 at p.m. Funeral services will be conducted from the Assumption Roman Cath- olic Church, Grassy Lake on Saturday, September 16 at 11 a.m., Rev. Father Donald O'Dwyer celebrant. Interment will follow In Grassy Lake Cem- etery. H U M PHRIES FUNER- AL HOME LTD., Taber, in charge of arrangements. C4230 1902, to Cleveland, Ohio, mov- ing to Lethbridge In 1905. They h o m e s t e aded in the Iron 1 Springs District in 1907, until retiring to Lethbridge in 1967, where she has resided until her passing. She is survived by three sons, Emil and Earl of Lethbridge and Ed of Iron Springs; one daughter, Mrs. Helen Stachofski of Lethbridge; [our grandchildren and 13 great-grandchildren. The funer- al service will be held on Fri- day at p.m. in Martin Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N., with Pastor W. Schoepp officiating. Interment will fol- low in the family plot, Moun- tain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Mar- tin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAP- EL, 703 13th St. N., phone 328- 2301. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Di- rectors of Funeral Service. C4282 SIMPSONS-SEARS SIMPSONS-SEARS French Kid Glove Elegance Ultimata lealher luxury most-wanted itylei at very low prices. 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