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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta I J JkannA, Cltikinda, 2522 I2th Avenue N. W. Calgary. Funeral arrange- ments will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of the Funeral Service. C4435 WILKINS Passed away in the city on Monday, September 18th, 1972, following a lengthy illness, Mr. Arthur (Budge) Wilkins, at the ago of 68 years beloved husband of Mrs. Anna WlIHns of 1259 9th Avenue S The funeral service will be held on Friday at a.m in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avenue S. with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliot officiating. Cremation will fol low. Those who wish may do- nate to the Alberta Heart Fund care of Mrs. M. N. Wray, 170 15th St. S. or to the charity of their choice. MARTIN BROS LTD., Directors of the Funera Service. C443 METZGER Passed awa: in the city on Tuesday, Septem her 19, 1972, following a brie illness, Mr. George Lewis (Lou Metzger at the age of 86 years beloved husband of Mrs. Elsi May-Metzger of 1604 21 St. S The funeral service will be hel on Friday at 3 p.m. in Mar tin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAP EL, 703 13th St. N., with Rev A. T. King officiating. Inter ment will follow in Arcliinoun Memorial Gardens. In lieu flowers those who wish ma donate to the Alberta Hear Fund, care of Mrs. M. N. Wray 1705 15th St. S. MARTIN BROS LTD., Directors of the Funera Service. C443 DEATHS ANDRIUK Passed away i the city on Monday, Septem- er following a lengthy Iness, Mr. Michael Anddulc at ic age of 60 years of 542 Sth t. S. Prayers will be said on 'rid ay at p.m. in Martin iros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 03 13th St. N. The funeral ser- ice will be held on Saturday t a.m. in the Holy Trin- y Ukrainian Greek Orthodox Church, iSth'Sl. and 7th Aven- W. Dia- Interment vill follow in Mountain .View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. JID., Directors of the Funeral e N., with Rev. hina officiating. Thinks he set fire to Montreal cafe icrvice. C4435 WILLS Passed away at I'aber on Tuesday, September D, 1972, Harry of Vauxhall, at he age of 87 years. Born at Yoavil Sommerset, England, March, 24, 1885. He came to southern Alberta in 1510 and lomestcaded in the Foremost area. Moved to Vauxhall in 1944, where he farmel until re- irement in 1968. He married he former Helen Marshall at Lethbridge in 1922. Predeceas- ed by one son, Howard. Sur- vivors include his wife Helen, Khali; three sons, Robert, Calgary, Roy of Edmonton, Gerald, Fort McMurray, Alia.; three daughetrs, Mrs. Edna Walters, Riondel, B.C., Mrs. Luclnda Dickson, Victoria, B.C. and Mrs. Ruth Frederick, Grande Prairie; 20 grandchil- dren and two great grandchil- dren. Funeral services will be conducted from St. Theodore's Anglican Church, Taber on Friday, September 22 at p.m., with Rev. J. C. Daisley officiating. Interment will fol- low in the Taber Memorial Garden. In lieu of flowers, do- nations to the Cancer Society, care of Oddies Drug Taber, ap- preciated. HUMPHRIES FU- NERAL HOME LTD., Taber, In charge of arrangements. C4430 FUNERALS CARD Funeral service for Frank Card, beloved husband of Mrs. Jennet Card of Ma- grath who died at Magrath Thursday, Sept. 14, 1972, at the age of 80 years, was held at the graveside in the Magrath Cem- etery at 10 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 10, 1972, with Bishop R. Mark Dahl of the Church of Jesus Ciirist of Latter Day Saints of- ficiating. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. HANSEN Funeral service for Winnifred Hansen, beloved wife oJ the late Orene Hansen who died at Oardston Friday, Sept. was held at 1 p.m. Tuseday, Sept. 19, 1972, in the Alberta Stake Chapel of the Church of Jesus Christ of Lat- ter Day Saints with Bishop Don- ald Shaw officiating. Pallbear- ers were Orene and Mark Workman, Craig Smith, Ken Hall, Andy Sache and Bill West. Interment was in the Cardston Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. FRIEND Passed mvay in the city on Tuesday, Septem- ber 19, 1972, following a brief illness, Mr. Mai- vern LeRoy Friend, at the age of 65 years, beloved hus- band of Mrs. Vella Friend of 734 15th St. N. Born in New- Port Washington, the late Mr. Friend moved to Calgary at an early age and received his edu- cation there. He served in the Canadian Army Medical Corps and in 1945 received his army discharge. At this time he wenl to work for the City as Health Inspector and retired Augusl 19th, 1572. He was Rector's Warden at the Church of St Mary the Virgin for over 15 years, and was very active in community affairs, and partic ularly in Sports, both amateur and professionally. He was a member of the Canadian Le gion, General Stewart Branch and the Army and Navy Chib Lcthbridge. Besides his loving wife, he is survived by his mother, Mrs. Nellie Frazier, Wenatchee, Washington; one son, Mr. Malvern (Mick) Friend and one daughter, Mrs. Ed (Elaine) Valr, Lcthbridge, four grandchildren, and one sister, Mrs. J. (Joan) Gregg, Wenaichce, Washington. The funeral service will be held on Saturday at 1 p.m. in St. Au- gustine's Anglican Chu r c h, with Rev. Canon R. W. Cowan officiating. Interment will fol- low in Mountain View Cem- etery. A Eucharislic service will be held on Friday at p.m. In the Church of St. Mary the Virgin. Those who wish may donate to the charity of their choice. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13 St. N. phone 328-2381. MARTIN BROS. LTD. DIRECTORS. C4432 VALGARDSON Bernard Valgardson, Heno Nevada salesman, 43, of 820 Bell Street, passed away on September 12, 1972, in a Reno, Nevada Hospital. Bom May 31, 1929, in Taber, Alberta he had worked for Bartlett Ford for six years. He attended schools in Alberta and went to the United Stales in 1945 settling in Salt Lake City. He was in the United States Marine Corp. from July 1946 to May 1947 and then in the U.S. Army Air Corp. in South Pacific until July 1950. He graduated with a B.A. de- gree from Henegar Business College, Salt Lake City, was with the Police Department un- til 1801. He then became a con- ractor, building many homes n the Salt Lake City area he- ore moving to Reno in 1966. Surviving are liis widow, Kay Valgardson; daughters, Lexcy Parker and Leslie Valgardson of Heno.; motlier, Mrs. Lucille Valgardson and step father, Archie John of Taber, Alberta; Brothers, Erwin Valgardson of Salt Lake City, Utah, Gordon Valgardson of Lethbridge; sis- ter, Sandra Oarer, Calgary; half brother, Paul Valgardson of Prove, half sister, Hanna Valgardson of Spanish Forks, Utah. Funeral was held Fri- day, September 15 at the Ross, Burke and Knobel Mortuary under the direction of Bishop Cecil Watson of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter day Saints. Entombment was in Mountain View Mosaleum. 9422 IN MEMOR1AMS CARLSON In loving mem- ory of my husband, Axel, who passed away September Gone but not forgotten. remembered and sadly missed by his wife Linnea; daughters, Elsie, Alma, son Oarl, and grand- children. 9345 FELLGER In loving mem- ory of a dear mother and grandmother, Christine Fellger, who passed away September 21, 19G5, Where eternal suns are shin- ing, And skies are ever blue; We pray your soul is resting, "Til we may come to you. remembered and sad- ly missed by Erwin, Mar- garet, Brenda and Bradley. 9342 FELLGEU In loving mem- ory of a dear wife, Christine, who passed r.way Sepetmber 21, 1965. Day by day I miss her more, As I go through life alone. She was my soul's companion, Her life linked with my own. Her weary hours and days of pain, And troubled nights are past. But the broken heart she left behind, Knows she has found peace at last. missed by her hus- band Paul. 9343 MONTREAL (CP) Jean- Marc (Boots) Boutin, 24, told a coroner's inquest Wednesday he thinks he set fire to the Blue Bird Club in downtown Mon- treal Sept. 1 while under the in- fluence of alcohol. Thirty-seven persons died in the blaze at the and western music nightclub and dozens more were iaken to hos- pital for treatment. B o u t in, James Michael O'Brien, 23, and Giles Eccles, 24, are being held on coroner's warrants as material witnesses. Boutin and O'Brien were ar- rested in a drug raid In Van- couver last week and were brought to Montreal Tuesday. Eccles was arrested a few hours after the fire. Boutin told the inquest he tried to commit suicide twice. The night before his arrest he took a bottle of sleeping pills. "If 37 people died, I didn't see how I should he said. At the time, he said he wrote a letter to Montreal Chief Crown Prosecutor Stephen Cud- dihy whose name he obtained from local newspaper accounts of the fire. WOULD NOT LISTEN "Jimmy and Giles kept on trying to discourage me but I was too drunk to listen to com- mon he wrote in- the letter. finally passed out before reaching the club." The next night, Boutin said, le went to Vancouver in order o buy narcotics. That was when police picked him and O'Brien up on a drug charge. Boutin denied he ever meant :o kill anyone. "We had friends in there. We lad no idea, no conception that anyone would even be hurt. We did not even think it would bum down the he said. Nassau to cut ties "All we wanted to what we thought would happen was that there would be a big flash and most of the people would leave and tho doorman would be fired." Storm splits VANCOUVER (CP) The sun broke through over south western British Columbia to- day in the wake of an early winter storm that lashed thi coast Wednesday. The storm now has split intc two systems. One was movinj east to the prairies and produc ing a band of snow extending from the southern Yukon to southern Alberta. The other sys tern was stationary over thi northern B.C. coast. Thundoy, Siptimber 21, 1972 THE LETXBKIDGE HWAIO 23 Coal men invited to open files NASSAU (AP) Prime Min- ster Lynden 0. Pindling of the Bahamas began plan ning Wednesday for total inde- pendence by July 10, 1973, from Britain in the aftermath of his crushing victory over a coall- ;ton of party dissenters and white upper-class opponents. Pindling will name a new cabinet early next week, but there is expected to be little re- shuffling among the 11 minis- ters, all re-elected In Tuesday's balloting. PLndling's Progressive Lib- eral party In power since 1967, won 29 of 38 Assembly seats to eight for the Free National Movement, headed by former LPL works and education min- ister Cecil Wallace-Whittield. One race in the "out islands" was still in doubt Wednesday Another ended in a tie and a runoff election will be held. Parliament, which includes an appointive and largely in effective 16-rnember Senate will be reconvened Oct. 18. In London, the British foreign office proclaimed its readiness to relinquish its remaining con foreign affairs and defence-on Pindling's time- table. EDMONTON (CP) Alberta coal producers have been in- vited to open their contract files to the provincial govern- ment in a bid to halt rising costs of coal to Japanese buy- ers. Bill Dickie, Alberta mines and mineral minister, said in an address at the Canadian Conference on Coal the sug- gestion is in line with a recom- mendation from the Alberta Resources Conservation Board respecting natural gas produc- ers. In 'an interview following his speech, he slid "the Japanese are vitally concerned with the pricing provisions in the con- tracts." "This involves the whole ec- onomic structure of these com- panies, particularly in Alberta where they are experiencing financial difficulty some' where along the line the gov- ernment has to become aware of the price increases." He does not propose govern- ment Intervention In contract talks, but the province does want to become familiar with the issues, he said. He had spoken with Japan- ese purchasing officials about the price increases during tour of Japan with a Alberta economic mission earlier this month. Br E. Olscn at Vancouver, vice-president of sales for Kai- ser Resources Ltd, said de- spite the current slump in cok- ng coal exports from Western Canada, with proper planning Canada could remain the third leading exporter in the world behind the United States and Australia. Coal exports from Canada In- creased to 6.6 million tons in 1971 from tons in 1968 and an estimated 10 million tons will be sold this year, he said. Projected to 1980, Canadian exports should reach 20 million tons. High wire performer injured DETROIT (AP) High wiro performer Karl Wallenda, who has been stalked by tragedy, escaped serious injury Wednes- day night when he slipped and fell about 20 feet while descend- ing from tlfc wire at Detroit's Clympla Stadium. MEMORIAL LG FUNERALS JUIIOS Funeral service for Taber citizen John Jubos, native' son of Hungary who died -Sunday, Sept. 17, 1972, at the age of 74 years, was held at p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 19, 1972, in St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Clut.-ch with Rev. John Lehman the celebrant. Pall- bearers were George Molnar Jr., John Batok, Jr., Joe Sekura, Alex Astalos, George Sebok and Donald Toth. Inter- ment was in the Taber Memo- rial Carder. Humphries Funer- al Home Ltd., Taber, Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. TARNAVA In loving mem- ory of our dear brother, Alex, who passed away September 21, 1966. They say that lime will ease the pain and help us to forget; But time so far has only shown, how much we miss you yet. We miss your smile, your voice, your talk, the things you used to do, We miss the happy times we had, but mostly we miss you. loved and remembered by sisters Mary, Sophie, Margaret. 9414 FELLGER In loving mem- ory of a dear mother and grand- mother, Christine, who passed away September 21, 1965. Her thoughts were all so full of us, She never could forget. And so we think that where she is, She must be watching yet. As angels keep their watch up there, Please God let her know That we down here do not forget, We love and miss her so. remembered by daugh- ter Darlcne, Leonard and Mark. 9344 JENSEN service for Eldon Jensen, beloved hus- band of the late Mary Jane Jen- sen who died at Raymond Wed- nesday, Sept. 13, 1972, at the age of 80 years, was held at 1 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 16, 1972, in the Magralh Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Sainls Chapel Bishop L. B. Tan- ner official ing. Pallbearers were Dallas Minion, Lester Hillmcr, Ray Barker, Joseph Passey, Tom Perry and Dave Keeler. Interment was in tho Magrath Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Di- rectors of Funaral Service, was Social crecletors contest seals EDMONTON (CP) Nick Scnyk, 52, of Edmonton was selected as the Social Credit candidate for the Edmonton East constituency in the Oct. 30 general election. Mr. Scnyk, a chemical engin- eer, will oppose Liberal Una Evans, Conservative incum- bent Bill Skorcyko, NDP candi- date Ashley Pachal and Com- munist Bill Tuomi in the con- stituency. He is the last of four Social Credit candidates nominated in Edmonton ridings. Others are Dr. Don McLeod, Edmonton West; Martin Hattersley, Ed- monton Centre and William Pe- in charge of the arrangements, lech, Edmonton Strathcona. Capital gains tax decisions. What are you going to do about them? Start at the beginning. 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