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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta hi4n, H f UBUC NOTICES NOTICE OF APPEAL HEARING LAND MANAGEMENT BRANCH al Afrlalfcrt SEALED TCHOCKS a. racaaML b. e at 1B Kh St S. The fanenl seniee will be heM OB Satsrinr at poor CARDS Of THANKS niHL I wish to extend say thanks and apprecis- Medatal Lethbrldne igaitinal Ilaapihl and it tie doctors for the care and cera pvei1 tc my late hoabaad whilt BURUNGTON, Oat. (CP) Httoe Kirby ctaoverW, the Mrcavtr'i appmrfiff, that it to leave wen attaat, eiaiy when tac is aa apprtav bee maple Mn. Kirby decided last February to hn the five hat a napr boat. Now, amral aaai (allaai of later, she has decided to an? bat the treat be .was a petal there __ to myseK during abase last hours. Mrs. Hete KaU KUHL We wish to enead deepest and nearest and to tm to ear aunrr for the beautiful flsral "An I wac vat (ath- nsd Wfag H and beibial it and boihaf she taal "And those paik just kept att me time.' Mrs. Ekfcy's neagbbar, Pat Arnold, has been taphanmc part of the sap flow and both womea are battn..] sticky staff at (sat bottem." Mrs. Erby, says sht woulrkt know a maple tree from ask, stffl plans ta tap the trees aext year. "We're sot sure it is nunle sap we're she said "but it sure tastes gsed W UTHIHOOf rtBUU XS Now Trid Data FORT BANNING, Ga. (AP) A naintary judge Thursday Mt-a trial date of Aug. 24 for Lieut. William L. CaJky Jr., with 10! Vi- ttaamtae bvihus during the alleajed My Lai mucacre io Utt. Galley's trial had ben Khedutod far May IS, but def- ence lawyers asked for the delay. QUALITY D6NTUI! CUNK SM OfaM F.I IDOY DKHtCH. C.DJa. Boidec he m. m St Angnsune's Church, with Rev.Jt.L. Crisfield effieiating. wfll foDow in the famfly pht Archmonat Memorial Garden.. Those who wish, may in Bea af lowers, donate to the Canadian Cancer. Society, r Trust Building, er to the char- ity of their choice. Friends may ay their respects at Martin Bros Chapel 81Z 3rd Aw. S. Phone: 3M-2381. Martin Bros. Ltd. Directors of Funeral Ser- supplies adequate. Increasing supplies of new imported car- rots with prices remaining steady. Mhnne tntaaiWu. tnaa- Increasing sunpues will bring prices. Residente Told To Check Water GRANDE PRAIRIE (CP) Residents of nearby Bezanson were asked today to purify wa- ter from Smoky River before using it difl Turner, Grande Prairie region health inspertrv, said he would not caU the river pol- luted, "but from to time every lake, stream and rim has a certain amount of sur- face bacteriological contamina- DsBtt stepsons, Hsward BeDew sfik Rher and (Dean) Cob ef Haney, B.C.; three Mrs. Frances Mrs. V. (Hhd- n, both ef M3k itersndMrs. M. ( Gri- nk ef Lemnridsje; thirty-two graadchudren; twenty eight gnat grandchildren; one great-great grandchild and one brother, Harry E. Swsnaoo of CaSfornu. He was predeceased by one'daogbter, Mrs. Lovena Lad, in August of The funeral aerrice wffl be held OB Saturday at p.m. m St Matthew's Lutheran Cbnrch, Milk River, with Rev. L. Zimmerman ofSdating. IB- bribaies and irlanrlanrV at funeral of oar dear aassband, father and grandfather; also for the many, many IT--------- ef sympathy received eur sad beteimntttt. H made the hart and w much to bear. FIRST APPEARANCE The first appearance-of in Canada was in termed wffl foDow in me Milk River Cemetery. Those wbo wish may, m seu of flowers, donate to the St Matthew's Memorial organ fund. Friends may pay their respects in St Matthew's Church until pin., Saturday. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Ser- C7T30 DVELL Edwin Leroy of New Dayton, passed 'away in Uthbridge, after a Ungtby iffl- oest, on Wednesday, April a, Urn, at the age of years, bekrWd husband of the late Mrs. Ida DneH, who passed away in March. Mr. Dorf! was born h> Redfield, Iowa on Sep- tember 5, IsW. Came to New m MOB, was a charter of the Alberta Wheat 'Helen, Bob, Myma, Debbie and DarreL We wish to ex- press our sincere thanks to aH our relatives, friends and neiijinars far the Euny cards, flowers and'personal calk of sympathy extended during the sudden loss of our dear hus- band'and father. Special thanks to B.P.O. Elks No. J7, O.O.BJ. tod the Kinettee. fanny Hopkins and Bae, Gu Jc a ami famity. 441 HALE-The family ef the late Mrs. Hale wish to express then- sincere thanks'to then- rela- tives and friends for the kind- ness and sympathy during their sincere thanks to their rela- tives and friends for the kind- ness and sympathy during our recent bereavement. A special ihanks 4o the Laurel Chapter of O.E.S., pallbearers and Joe, Dave and Mary RRUSKA I wish to express my sincere thanks to the doc- tors, Sisters and staff at St Michael's Hospital, wbo took care of TO while I was hospi- talized. Also manks to my rela- tives and friends wbo me. Hruska. mem Pool, leader in New Dayton 4-H Grain a member of Warner County Council for four sons, Eton and .Jack ot New Dayton Sehool-Board and was active xo commndty affairs. Be was an ardent angler and loved sports of aD types. Left to mourn has pMnrnC are three Eltoa and: Jack of New Dayton; of Taber and one danAter Mn. Ed (Faye) rrench rfLethb ridge ;17 grandctmldreD; two half broth- en, Riy Huggins of CaHonna and Chnriai Hnggins of Wash- ington. He was afco prede- oe.nd by one daughter. Funer- al services wffl be held in the McKiQop United Church on Saiarday April JS, 1970 at 2 with Rev. J. D. Elhard officiating. Interment wffl fol- low in the family plot in the Mountain View Cemetery, Lethbridge. Friends may view the retrains from 1 p.m. price to the service at the church. In ben of flowers, donations may be nude to the Cancer Society or charity of their choice. The family is sympathetic to the Tyrren's Lake Fishing Associa- tion. Christeowo Salmon Fu- neral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. _ crnt IN MEMORIAM T. A. Tuttk, died April M, 1967. evSything in its dass. Two years ago, the Evimucte S5 was first introduced. Thai was the beginning of the "New Breed" in outboard motors.' It was the world's first 3 cylincter out- board with "loop charging" tor ctoansr combustion and more efficient intake md exhaust circulation. The result was a more compact unit with an amazing amount of extra horsepower.. and overwhelming success. Now you can get the same lasjt, quiet oxneMter-jmoroved to oWwr an extra 5 powerful horses, It all adds up to the Evfnrude 60. The 1970 "New Breed" outboard that gives you more performance per horsepower. The Evinrude 60 comes complete with Evinrude's exclusive push-button elec- tro-hydraulic shift, automatic single lever control and cable at no extra cost DiseOvw "New Breed" 60 at your Evinrude dealer. KVinotner powerful reason why Evinrude stays first by keep- ing you out front FUNERAL DEVNES Funeral service for Mrs. Janet (Nettie) beloved wife of Mr. Percy E. Deomss of 1744 IKn Are, A S. wbo died in the city Monday, April SO, 1970, after a tow ffloess at the age of 7! yean, was held at tM p.m. Wednesday m Marua Bros. Chanel SU 3rd S., with RCT. L. Brian Jonas oOcUting. Interment to be in UK plot in the Untoo Ceme- tery at St. Thomas, Dot. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral Service, was in charge of ttie The gentle'voice, the soft blue eyes, The loving face Mother; When unkind words broke my heart, Or smashed my dreams or tore apart My sunny day; when pain or fear ripped through my soul Who stood by to .hold my hand Or bathe my brow? My Mother. Her sootbing words, her tender smile, They comforted me; while an the while- The pain upon her heart she left untold. She shared my joys They were hers, She dreamed my dreams And worked and prayed So they'd come true. She died for me when 1 was blue Yet beU her chin up high. "Courage krre; there's reason, The Clouds win soon roll by." Oh, to be just like her! A hard dream to uphold. But worth the work and effort To have a heart of goU. Like hers My Mother missed and fondly remembered by daughters Gladys and Beatrice and sons Francis and Charles. ON'S Deaths By THE CANADIAN PRESS George Carrcn, 40 Canadian actor and comedian star of CBCTi nationally-tele- vised Comedy Crackers; of heart ittad. EiVr, Eagand Dame Ade- line Genet, 91, one of the fore- most of the ear 1900s. FM in Save 10.00 Birkdale Custom Ail-Weather Coats Ordinarily 29.95 A Prodvel rt OUTBOABC MrMIHt COrFOmTIOH OF UP. 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