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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 3, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 32 THE LETHIRIDOB HERALD IN MEMORIAMS IN MEMORIAM DE HEER In loving memory of a dear daughter and sister, Annette, who passed away April 2, 19M. Somewhere beyond the sunset Where loveliness never dies She dwells in a beautiful garden the blue and the gold of the sky We who have known and loved her Whose parting brought great pain Will treasure her memory forever Until we meet again remembered by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jasper DeHeer and family 1506 PALMARCHDK In loving memory of a dear wife; mother, grandmother and great-grandmother, Helen, who passed away April Like falling leaves the years pass by, But love and memories never die, Precious forever are memories of you. Today, tomorrow and all life through remembered and sadly missed by husband Alex and children; Alex and Beryl, Helen and Mike: Mary and Fred; Rose and Bill and their families 1507 turn tefriw with INDIVIDUAL LESSONS BY THE HOUR A.B.C. DRIVING ACADEMY PHONE 327-1241 We pick you up In Cltyl NAGY In lovlnf memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Andrew who passed away April 2, 1M4. (Our hearts still ache with sadness And silent tears still flow. For what it meant to lose you No one will ever know. Ever loved and remembered by wife Margaret and family. 1491 CARDS OF THANKS i GLOER We would like to express our sincere appreciation for the lovely afternoon on our 60th anniversary. First to our daughter and son-in-law and their girls and the ladies of the U.C.W, and the servers; the lovely flowers, gifts, cards, letters, telegrams, telephone calls, food, and all the help in any way. and all the people that came to help us celebrate our 60th wedding anniversary. and Marjorie Gloer 1505 BURCHAK I would like to express my sincere thanks and appreciation the doctors and staff on Fourth Floor, Municipal Hospital for the wonderful care I received while a patient I also extend thanks to the many people who sent flowers, cards, letters; to those who visited so faithfully, to the UCW of First United Church. I would also like to thank anyone who helped in any way at the scene of my accident on 2nd Ave. and 13th St. N Burcnak 1490 Bank bandit photo wins national prize i TORONTO (CP) A weekly newspaper advertising salesman and a veteran Toronto photographer share the 1073 National Newspaper Award for spot news photography, the awards committee announced today. Both Kerry Mclntyre, 90, who worked for the weekly Kenora Calendar, and Donald Dutton, 45, of Toronto Star took dramatic photos seconds after a bank bandit blew himself up with a dynamite bomb in Kenora, Ont., May 10. CARD OF THANKS SMITH We wish to express our sincere appreciation and heartfelt thanks to Rev. Keith Churchill and to Mrs. Maida Mack for their comforting service for our mother. We would also like to thank the ladies of First Baptist Church who prepared and served the lunch following the service, also to all who called, attended the service, and for flowers, cards, and food, and the many expressions of sympathy. We would also like- to thank the staff of the Third floor of the Lethbridge Auxiliary Hospital for their kindness, care and attention to our loved one over the last year. May God bless you all. Seymour and Gwen 1505 Mr. Mclntyre made his picture for The Canadian Press. Judges unanimously voted ft tie for the photos, taken almost from the same angle and showing police aiding a wounded comrade. It was the, first tie since the annual Canada-wide competition for worn done by employees of daily newspapers and agencies, or photos published in daily newspapers, was started in Other 1973 winners: Spot News Reporttef Frank Jones, Toronto Star. Feature .Wrlttag-Del Bell, London Free Press1. Enterprise Reporting Henry Aubin, Montreal Gazette. Editorial Writing Gilles Boyer, Quebec Le Soleil. Critical Writiaf-Dave Bil- lington, Montreal Gazette. Sports Wrltiag-John Rob- ertson, Montreal Star. Feature C. Maclvor, United Press International. Collins, Montreal Gazette. Marcel Pepin and Claude Gravel of Montreal La Presse shared a citation for merit in spot news reporting and Barry Robinson of Kingston Whig- Standard received a citation in spot news photography. The awards are administered by a committee of the Toronto Men's Press Club and are made possible by a self-sustaining fund to which a number of newspapers and groups have contributed. Ccrttfteates and fSOO cash will be presented to the winners at a dinner In the Royal York Hotel. Brandt purges radicals BONN (Reuter) Chancellor Willy Brandt announced today a purge of left-wing radicals in his governing Social Democratic Party badly shaken by three recent electoral defeats. The West German leader told a news conference the party must steer a course acceptable to the. middle-of- the-road voter who helped return the party to power in general elections two years ago. Brandt left no doubt he holds extremist members of the party's vociferous youth wing at least partly responsible for the party's setbacks in sta-te and communal elections. The party lost between 5.8 and 10.4 per cent of its vote in Hamburg, the Rhineland Palatinate and Schleswig- Holstein state. YOUR POOD DOLLAR HERE! 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