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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Thundny, February 3, 197] THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 21 OF THANKS 1 n- j GT 1 8 Jjirths. aLJcatks. j-wnerctls, V> 7 7 v Cy Crcn-brook in 1906. He resided at 211 I3lh Ave. S. until illness struck last week. He was superannuated as a conductor in 1940. Mr. Balmcnt was a lounder anc long-time director of the Cranbrook Ambulance Association, was a steward and elder ol Knox Presbyterian Church, a Rotarian, honorary Knight of Pylhias and a Mason. A city freeman, he was mayor in 1924 and again from 1941 to 1946, He was a city alderman for 41 years. His wife died 11 years ago. He was pleased with last week's city council decision to name the new recreation centre Balment OF THANKS O'CONNELL I wish to a dear aunt and sister-in-law, Annie, who passed away Feb. 3, 1964. Just a thouglit ol sweet remembrance Just a memory sad and true, Jusl the love and sweet devotion, Of ones who often think of you. remembered by the Swidinskv families. my sincere thanks and appreciation to the following: for gifts and also those who entertained me at the time of my retirement from St. Mich-ae 's Hospital. Administrator, Sister M. Clarissa and Sisters of St. Michael's Hospital. Sister Mary of Calvary faculty and staff, St. Michael's School of Nursing. Mr. and Mrs. D. O'Connell, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. O'Connell, Miv and Mrs. Douglas Paterson. Student nurses at St. Michael's School of Nursing. Miss Jean Galbraith. Mrs. Stanley Shaw. Mrs. Iris Mossey. SI. Michael's Hospital Stall. Reverend Father B. Field. I also wish lo thank my many friends and relatives for all the beautiful cards. O'Connell. Yesterday By THE CANADIAN I'HESS Jlclhcl, Hov.ard Ba low, 80, who Ijcgan his career i 1919 as Ihe popular symphon conductor on CBS and was th Voice of Firestone on radio an television from 1943 1961. East Karl Gnienb-jrf CO, who wrote novels about Ge many between the wars an was best known for Brcnnem The Burning put lished in 1028. Kochcslcr, Kenneth C (Kenny) Unwin, 50. a forme drummer for such big ban leaders as Benny Goodman, Le Brown and Vaughn Monroe. S y d n e y, Mer] 85, who stirred up he first pot of face cream on kitchen stove and controlled on of the last personal cosmetic empires, Merle Norman Cm metics Inc. In loving memory of my dear wife, Winifred May, who passed away February 3, 1970. Beautiful thoughts of one so dear, Treasured forever with iove sincere. Deep in my heart your memory is kept, I loved you too dearly lo ever Funeral service for Edward Waddle, Taber res-idsnl and former Rctlaw farmer who died Sunday, Jan. 30, 1972, at the age of BB years, was held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 2, 1972, in Knox Church, Taber, wiUi Rev. Ken Morris officiating. Honorary pallbearers were Merrill Waddle, Ed Hempel, Ed Harris, Fred Brod-erson, Charles Culver, George and Jay Edwards, Harold Turnbull, Guido and Silvio Bonette, Frank Burge and John Mannong. Active pallbearers were J i m Burge, Wayne Speer, David and Milton Waddle, Donald Johnson and Edward Malmberg. Interment was in Mountain View Cemetery, Lethbridge. Humphries Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the husband, Bud. 6.106 KALITA Loving memories of our dear mother and grandmother, passed away Feb. 3, 1964. February comes with deep regret A month that we cannot forjet A da" of remembrance sad to recall Without farewell you left us all. What we would give, if we could say Hi, Mom, in the same oid way. Beautiful memories are all we have left Of a mother we loved and shall never forget missed by Anne, Ella and their families. killed MEXICO CITY (AP) Mexico's most hunted guerrilla, Jen-aro Vazquez Rojas, was killed in an automobile accident Wednesday, the interior ministry MILLIONS The South African gold min ing industry spends more tha million on used ij gold every year. HOM HOWTOINVES IN STOCKS Thil practical course describes lerms, principles, appraisal p Ihe inveslmenl of your money, of Canadian investors, Ihe male of leading inveslmenl dealer assignment or exams lo comp Course kit Includes booklets "How lo Read Finan Terms t other questions, and o free question material. Full fee For free lion wrile lo: The Canadian 112 King St. COURSE IN T YOUR MONEY AND BONDS Canadian securities, mvejlment ocedurei and Iheir wise use in Based on queslions af James Lee, passed away in Lethbridge on Wednesday, February 2, 1972, at Uie age of 79 years, beloved husband of the late Ela Mercer formerly of Barnwell. Born June 9, 1892 at American Fork, Utah, he came to Canada with his family in April, 1898, settling first in Cardsfon. In 1099 his family moved to Magrath where they remained. He married Catherine Ela Coombs on January 24. 1921. They lived in Spring Coulee, Rosemary and then moved to Barnwell in 1933, where they remained until her passing in 1966. In 1968 he sold his home in MEMORIAM KALITA In loving memory of a dear mother, Anna, who passed away Feb. 3, 1904. A silent star shines o'er the grave Not very far from here "Where lies the one we loved so much As it dawns anotlier MEMORIAM KALITA In loving memory of my dear wife, who passed away Feb. 3, 1964. It's a Icnely life without you, And sad has been the way, For life at home is not the same. Since you've been called away. remembered by her husband, Peter. covers the pooled expenencr Study at your own pace; no file, e, hard-bound Icxl book, Iwo ial Stolements" end "Inveilment illuslrativc material, jelf-tcsf ond answer service en all coune dejcriplive folder and regislra-Securities Institute Toronto 1, Onlario ABORTIONS The number of legal abortions in Britain almost doubled in 1971, to an estimated and Joyce. DUNLOP'S SELLING POWER HOUSE MAKES IT HAPPEN! WATCH FOR MORE LITTLE BETTER IDEAS FROM FORD MOTOR CO. This kind of volume selling al- lows DUNLOP FORD to offer you exceplional savings on a 1972 car. Think of it, 4 MILLION selling power working fo save you money Trade today before your old car self destructs. Visit DUNLOP FORD this week and enjoy the mony advantages and savings thqy have to offer you Our 20 factory trained A-l mech- anics will keep your vehicle running smoothly. Call our ser- vice manager for an appoint- ment today! 2 DOOR. 6 cyl., sld, trans., block heater, Ready lo go. AS LOW AS or only Dcwn and per month W.A.C. Tell us bow much you can afford lo pay each month and we'll tailor a deal to suit your budget Check our 4 wheel drives from Bronco through F250 tan, 7 units available! IKlMtKU (-AKMbKS! luNIKAUURS! IUMPY nicrrM IMTC rvM AM nccn'rADcT" CHECK OUT THESE TRUCKS MID-WINTER DISCOUNTS ON ALL USED 1957 CHEV. 4 Ton Torm Truck. V.8, S Spd.; 2 Spd. rrnr axle. Complete willi box lioist. A WORKING UNIT WHAT CMC 3 TON TRUCKS Cliassii and Cab models. V-8, 5 spd; spd. renr axln. 900x20 rubber. 167" IHC 1600 series. V-8, 5 spd; 2 spd rear axle. GVW rating. Has a fully insulated ft. van body. Ready lo go. Clean unil. JO, 000 miles on new C550 Till cab V-B 4 spd; 2 spd. rear axle. Ideal for Transport or Farm use. Check A REAL SLEEPER. TRY THIS 1970 PONTIAC Polks interceptor, 454 cu. in V8, aulo., P.S., P.B., jet bleck, no markings, Power Irain lias miles on over- 4 haul. Reduced lo .9 1 1 1964 FAIRLANE 4: door, 8 cyl. 3 spd manual. WHAT CORTINA 4 door, 4 cvl., 4 spnod. Excrl-lenl lown car. CM7QR Good Value al 4> 1 1 WW SPECIAL 1969 FORD TON HOURS Weekdays 8 a.m. lo 9 M.M. Drive and 16th Ave. Toyota Crown 4 door ledan, 6 cyl. 4 speed wilh air condilioninn. low, low V8, 4 sprrrf. C1 31 C Ready To Go 9 I C I a.m. to 5 I Owners QQ1QR nomn on requcsl 1 vw ;