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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta n. J TS -J L I 7 J han etnonams BIRTHS COULOHBE Michael and MeNeely) are __________ ounce the arrival of thek fint ehBd, Taou Marie I U ocs., txn JB Cafcary en April I, 1SW. Proud grand- pareatc are Mr. and Mrs. C. Bow Island. DEATHS W.JELL Edwin SCOTTEK _ Jody ABB is to BBBpuBce tie arrival at her hBby brother, Wade Vic- tor, bora April It. WTO. Proud parents are Jack and Jeanette. Insured. 373 MAT DEATH Passed away at Ta her on Tuesday, April 197fl, Dayton, pasted in Leth- bridge after a kBftfcy Utaess, on Wednesday, April S, at the age of M years, beloved husband of Mrs. Ida who pacaed away on March Sunrhron left U> mourn his pasBBg arc three SOB, Elton and Jack of New Dayton and Melvin of Taber; OBC daughter, Mrs. C. E. (Faye) French Lethbridge 17 grandchildren; two half brothers, Ray Huggins in Cali- fornia and Charles Muggins in Washington. Funeral. acrviees will be held in the McKiilop United Church on .Saturday, April vm at'2 p.m., with Rev. J. D. Elhard offfciatkg. DEATH of Ken SWAX Paaied away the city Tuesday, April H, ItN, Walter, of Taber, at the age of K years Born at Russell, Mani- toba, September 14, 1914. He Urmed in Manitoba until join- the Army (Manitoba Dra- gon) in Discharged in 1945, he worked at sheet metal work at Binscarth, Manitoba until moving to Tabef in. 1949. After moving to Taber, he own- ed and operated Wally's Sheet Metal imtil taking employment at Sun Atta Polafoe Proces- sors. Mr. May was active with the local Air Cadet movement and was the southern Alberta representative for the Amateur Hockey Association. Survivors wife Norma, Taber; thtfee sons, Garry, Pine Point, N.W.T., Garti and Harold ot Taber; three 'daughters, Mrs. Gail Cook, Taber, -Mrs. Marilyn Cradduck, CoDeen of parents, Mr. and Mrs. William May, Binscarth, Man.; one brother Murray, Sraithers, B.C.; four sisters, Mrs. Dorothy Scbrott, Shilo, Mrs. AH Folding, Millwood, Man., -Mrs. Joyce Clark, Calgary and Mrs. Margaret Yarmouth, grandchildren. Fu- neral services will be conduct- ed from Knox United Church in. Taber on Friday, April 2ith at p.m., with Rev. Ken- peth Morris officiating: Inter- ment win .follow in the Tabef Memorial Garden. Humphries Fuoeral Home, in charge of arrangements. C77WA Interment will follow in-the family plot in the Mountain View Cemetery. Cbrwtensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Di- rectors of Funeral Service. C7709 following a brief illness, Daniel, aged 57 years, beloved huaband of Mn. Doreen L. Swaa af tt> 18th St S. The funeral atnice be held on Saturday at p.m. in St. AuguatiM'i An- gBcan dwrrh, with Kev. R. L. CrisfieU otSdarJng. Uemeat win follow in tbe amUy plot in Ardmount Memorial Gardaot. who wish, may in lieu of fkiwen donate to the Canadian Cancer Society, 4M .Canada Trust Building, or to the char ity of their choice. Friends may pay their respects at Martin tros. Chapel, 3rd Ave. S Phone: 328-2361. Martin Bros Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser vice. C7797 DEATH SWANSON Pamd avar i the city ta Thuraday, April 23, (tear, iced yean, beloved hatband Mn. Bttk SwaMOB of Hirer. Fanar al arrBBCeBMBti wil be nouneed whea tiBiBjMiit Mar tin Bros. Ltd., Dkoetao of Fu- neral Service. IN MEMORtAMS ANMOKOMCH In KBMry u dear father aad TMdtathtT, A. ADdrokovich, who fiMMl away April 23, Twelve months have now paBBtd away. But in our hearts your will stay, Daar Dad, more ptnt wiU 7W hMT, For are taieiy GooVi care. ainnwhtrri aad sadly by your sou, Jos- eph, Andrew, Lealie IN MEMOWAM BAKNETT IB of Ella Baraett, DMoed aw April 1968, Years may put and fade away, Bui memories of you wiU always stay. remembered by George, Lawrence Terr; and famUy. their (aouliBf. 392 In loving mem- ory of EBa Baraett, who passed April Z3, 19M. We do Bat seed a ipecial day To you to oar minds The days we do sot think of you Are very hard to End. They Bay that time beak all And hdpt us to forget, Bot time so far has only How much we miss you yet -Ever remembered by. mother, Mrs. P. Rceia and Lawrence and family. 371 CARDS Of THANKS WILLIAMS I wish to er- erd my sincere thaaks to my doctors; to the nursing stafff of St. Michael's Hospital for the wonderful care; and to all the Jnd friends 'uid relatives who sent flowers, cards or visited me during my recent illm-M. Auaa G. Williams 3d ALCOKN We wish to ox- press our sincere appreciation and thanks to all our wonderful an, relatives and friends wfao extended comfort and help during (fee iUaets and ion of our beloved husband, father, grandfather and brother Wallace Attorn. Our gratitude to the doctors the nunec and staff of St Michael's Hospital for their beloved care. We thank you for the prayers and flowers, especially the dob of Monarch for the food and cards; atoe to .the kind Sadies who aervwd the lunch; Rev. J Chapman for bis kind assis- tance and the patbeams aod honorary pallbearers and the Christensen Salman Funer al Home. May God bless each and everyone of you. Anna Akorn and family. 389 CARD OF THANKS PAYNE We wish to thank U of those who helped us in air time of sorrow, we greatly appreciate the kindnesses and xpressioos of sympathy, cards nd floral tributes; thanks also the Cardston Relief Sociely or the luncheon. The Burton Payne family. 570 r, April H, THf UTHMHOCf HKAIO FUNERAL SPANBAUER K c q u I e m mass for Spaabauer, be- wed husband of Mrs. Eliza- >elh Spanbauer o{ Barnwell who died Saturday, April 18, 1970, at the age of 55 years, was said at a.m. Wednes- day, April 22, 1970, in St. Au- gustine's Roman Catholic Church with Rev. Eric Nebon the celebrant. Pallbearers were Joseph Kfemen, John Kutana, Oswald Kah'i, Carlo BrizziDello, Joseph Karl and Irving Thorn- ton. Interment was in the Ta- ber Memorial Garden. Hum- phries Funeral Home, Taber, in charge of the arrange- ments. Deaths Yesterday Lake PtacU, N'.Y.-Stan Ben- urn, S7, twice world champion bobsled driver; after a heart at tack. WEEKEND SPECIAL! RENT A CAR 12 riUS 15c A MILE frOM 5 p.m. Fri. Beny Automotive Enterprises Ltd. Contact ten KomUnkov, Avi> a 2nd Ave. and tHi St. S. RED CRANE Passed 'away on Tuesday, April 21, 1970, John Red Crane, aged 75 years, beloved husband of Liz- zie Red Crane of Fort Macleod Bora 'at Standoff, be ranched and fanned on the Blood Re- serve for many years. He work- ed for the Town of Fort Mac- leod and the Royal Canadian Air Force during the last war. He was a member of the Horn Society, the. Red Belt Society and' the Medicine Pipe. Be- sides his wife, he is survived by two step-sons, Ray' Cross Child and Patrick Cross Child; one daughter, Mrs. Josephine Melting Tallow; two step- da u g h ters, Mrs. Madeline Eagle Bear, aod Angebne Red Crane; B grandchildren, five great-grandchildren; one broth- Joe Crow' CWei, Standoff. The funeral service will be held in St. Catherine's Catholic Church, Standoff, Friday at a.m., Rev. J. Joly offi- ciating. Brfennent, St. Cath- erine's Cemetery. Friends may meet im prayers at the resi- dence of Frank MeMag Tal- low, Standoff this evening Funeral arrange- ments Home E d e n's Funeral Fort Macleod. C7706 The Dodge girl takes it off on DART PRICES REDUCED ON SWINGER V8 2 DOOR HARDTOP (REDUCTIONS ON OTHER DARTS EXTRA SAVINGS A PACKAGE OF Special option package includes: Vinyl Roof Bumper Guards Outside Remote Control Rearview Mirror Tinted Wind- shield Deluxe Wheel Under- coating Hood Pad Accessory Floor Mats. Rear Window Defogger. Suggested Retail Price Special Package Price YOU SAVE Offer avail- able for a limited time only at participating dealers. MafKTOtlUlWl SALE APRIL SUPER Sfiuxy SPECIALS SPRIHGINJOA 50% NYLON YARN 3 PLY-10Z.. BALLS Reg. Kresge Price 39i Ball SPECIAL 41.00 THURS.-FRI. SAT. COLORFUL SHIFT Kresge Price 2 5.00 Fresh cotton prints made up into sleeveless shift style dresses to pop on for daily.chores! Sizes for misses and women. LADIES' RAYON S M-L Kresge Price 51.00 4-6X JR. 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