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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Saturday, THf 1FTHBIIDCE HltAID Jf ihTMEMORiAMS j Uganda's new leader sM'om in Si HANDEREK to loving! memorv of a dear mother and Balbina Handerek, emonams BIRTH LOUCKS Gail and Lester Loucks are proud to announce the birth of their daughter, Lisa Mary, 7 Ibs., born January 18, 1971, at St. Michael's Hospital. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Se- Mr. Mrs. Raymond Swanson, mans, Saskatchewan and Joseph Loucks of Fife Saskatchewan. Lake, 4025 DEATH McNEELY Passed away suddenly in the city on Friday, February 5, 1971, Mrs. Aman- da McNeely, at the age 77 years, of 1717 11 Avenue South, beloved wife of the late Mr. James Ernest McNeely. Born in Minnesota in 1893, the late Mrs. McNeely moved to Milk River in 1912. In 1926 she moved to Warner. Following her marriage to Mr. McNeely in Calgary in 1937 she came to Lethbridge in 1950, where she has resided until her passing. She is a past member of the Warner Women's Institute and Warner Ladies Aid. She was predeceased by her husband in 1964. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. D. F. (Mar- tha) Gordon of Lethbridge, and Mrs. M. F. (Anne) Erickson of Warner; one son, Mr. Cecil DePratu of New Dayton; six grandchl 1 d r e n, five great- grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Alma McNeely of Leth- bridge, Mrs. F. (Jennie) Mun- son of Spokane, and Mrs. J. (Clara) Anderson of Whitefish, Montana) also one brother Mr. Oscar Osing of Lethbridge. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Tuesday, Febru- ary 9, in the Memorial Chapel, 703 13 Street North, with Rev. John Elhard officiating. Inter- ment will follow in the Moun- tain View Cemetery. In lieu ol flowers those who wish may donate to the of then- choice. Martin Bros. Ltd., Di- rectors of Funeral Service. C3294 DEATH BINNS Friday, February 5, 1971, John Edwin Dean, aged 70 years, beloved husband of Janet Isabelle Binns Ste. 103, 1615 13 St. N., Lethbridge, pass- ed away at the Rockyview Hos- pital, Calgary, following a brief illness. Besides his beloved wife he is also survived by one son, Donald Ross, Minneapolis, TJin- nesota; one daughter Mrs. W. H. (Joan) Pokotylo. Ottawa, Ont.; seven grandchildren; three sis- ters, Mrs. S. J. (Dot) Sewcll, Calgary, Mrs. G. I. (Jean) Ainsworth, Bowden and Mrs. W. F. E. (Marie) Stork, Cal- gary; three brothers, R. 0. D. M. (Pete) and J. H. (Jim) Binns, Calgary. Born in Kellamey, Manitoba, he mov- ed to Medicine Hat with his parents' the late Mr. and Mrs. John Hudson Binns in 1901 anc in 1909 to Brooks, Alta. anc then to Calgary in 1915. In 1941 he moved to Lethbridge where he resided since. Mr. Binns was employed with the Alberta Liquor Control Board for 39 years until retiring in 1965. He DEATHS MAKUCH Passed away in Claresholm on Friday, Febru- ary 5, 1971, Mr. John Makuch, at the age of 77 years. The late Mr. Makuch was a well known [ong timc resident of the city, coming to Lethbridge in 1917 and resided here since. Funer- al arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C3293 McGINNIS Thursday, Feb- ruary 4, 1971, Mrs. Leonora Julia McGinnis, aged 85 years, a member of the Leth bridge Dow ntown Kawanis Club. Services at "Leyden's Chapel of Cal- gary on Tuesday, February 9 at il a.m., Rev. Peter A. Nib- lock of St. Mark's Anglican Church officiating. Grave side services, family plot Hainstock Cemetery. Olds on Tuesday at 3 p.m. If desired contributions may be made to the Alberta Heart Foundation Fund, 2011 10 Ave. S. W. Calgary 4. Ley- den's Funeral Home Ltd., Cal- gary in charge of service. C3292 JOINS DRUG FIGHT UNITED NATIONS (AP) The United States mission to the UN announced Friday that the government had pledged mil- lion as a starter for a new UN fund for drug abuse control. WANTED SCRAP IRON NOW PAYING MORE FOR ALL TYPES OF SCRAP METAL Farm Machinery-Troctorj-Truekt Industrial Scrap-Machinery-Demolition Anything Made of IronI COPPER BRASS RADIATORS BATTERIES CAST IRON Truck Loads Cnrloodl Truck Scales Magnet Crane Service National Salvage Company LIMITED NEW LOCATION 206 33rd Street North Phone 328-1721 "Scrap is Our Business" TUNE-UP SPECIAL INCLUDES PARTS AND LABOR 16.95 22.95 SIX CYLINDER Reg. 24.50 EIGHT CYLINDER Reg. 31.00 We will install Autolite spark plugs, points and condenser Complete check on iun Scope Engine Analyzer Clean battery posts Check charging system Condition of engine Check PCV valve Condition of distributor Condition of spark plug wires Adjust carburetor idle mixture All work guaranteed B.F. GOODRICH SUPER TIRE SALE SPECIAL PURCHASE CLEAR OUT F78xl4 (775x14) 4 PLY POLYESTER DUAl WHITEWAll Reg. 39.90. NOW ONLY 678x15 (825x15) 4 PLY POLYESTER DUAl WHITEWALL Reg 44.70. NOW ONLY H78xl5 (855x15) 4 PLY POLYESTER DUAl WHITEWAll Reg. 48.25. NOW ONLY............. 178x15 (915x15) 4 PLY POLYESTER DUAl WHITEWAIL Reg. 60.60. NOW ONLY H78xl4 or 15 (855x14 or 15) 4 PLY NYLON SILVERTOWN CUSTOM WHITEWAIL. Reg. 41.00. NOW ONLY WE WIU INSTALL AND BALANCE AT THESE PRICES 24.95 26.95 27.95 31.95 26.95 SAVE ON OIL CHANGES BUY OUR ROYAL TRITON OILS WE WILL INSTALL AN OIL FILTER FOR HALF PRICE Most Spin On Filters 3.90 AF YOUR PRICt I J Most Cartridge Filters 2.93 1 AC YOUR PRICE I UNION 76 MAGRATH SERVICE Mayor Magrnth Drlvt and 4th Avt. i. Phone 328-9746 STOP IN AND GAS UP FOR FREE GIFTS Carmangay. Carmangay Monday at at the Church, p.m., Rev. Services United R. M. Bateman officiating. In- terment, Carmangay Ceme- tery. Vulcan Funeral Home, in charge of arrangements. C3289 CARDS OF THANKS BAKER I would like to thank all the staff at the St. Michael's Hospital, second main and Auxiliary Hospital for the good care I received while a patient. Also all the friends and relatives who visited and sent cards and gifts. Baker. 3945-6 wish to ex- tend my sincere thanks to my doctors, nurses and staff for their kindness during my hos- pitalization. Alsu many thanks to my friends and relatives who sent cards flowers and visitec Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS Rakosi, 79, Hungarian Communist party leader in the Stalinist years who has lived in Soviet Union since lux exile in 1956. A. Bradley, one of the last two sur- Amin who deposed President mentary undersecretary, said in' viving Indian War Veterans, at KAMPALA (AP) Maj.-Gen.; Friday recognized the new graodma Balbina jdi Amin was sworn in Friday j Uganda government of Maj.- who passed away February C, as Uganda's new president. He i Gen. Idi Amin. who seized I repeated charges that Sudan! power in a military coup 12 remembered and sadly j haj bombed Uganda but said ne days ago. missed by Steve, Linda and action unless there are Anthony Kershaw, foreign and family. 4tl281 further border incursions, Commonwealth office parlia- Pennington 39G5-6 TH1ELEN We wish to ex- press our most sincere appre- ciation to the many friends, neighbors and relatives who CHURCH Passed away in our f "f Lethbridge, Friday, February of dear father 5, 1971, Gilbert Stanley Church, aged 77 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Esteem Church, of Stavely, Alberta. Born in Bra- con Ash, Norfolk, England. He came to Estevan, Saskatch- ewan in 1910. He moved to the Stavely district and began farming there in 1914. In 1928 he married Esteem Freestone at Stavely and they farmed in the district until 1962. Besides his retiring wife he survived by one sou, Norman Church, Saskatoon, Saskatch- ewan; two daughters, Mrs. J. R. (Alda) Brown of Fort Macleod and Mrs. D. G. (Fran- ces) Umfleet of Ewa Beach, Hawaii; seven grandchildren; one brother. Hubert Church, Al- dergrove, B.C.; two sisters, Miss Dorothy Church, Victoria, B.C. and Mrs. Marjorie James, Vancouver, B.C. The funeral service will be held Stavely United Church, Tuesday at p.m., Rev. H. F. Yardley offi- ciating. Stavely Cemetery. Funeral Arrange- ments by Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Fort Macleod. C3290 MICHERDA Michael of grandfather. Evelyn, Adeline, Jer- ome, Herb and families. 3992-6 VRABEL I would like to thank my doctors of Haig Clinic, the nurses, orderlies, staff, physiotherapy dept., Reverend Fathers and Sisters at St. Mich- ael's Hospital for the good care I received while a patient on Medical and Surgical floors. Also many thanks to my rela- tives and friends for their visits, cards, gifts and for the trans- portation provided for my wife. -William Vrabel. 4045 Blairmore, passed away at his residence on Thursday, Febru- ary 4, 1971, at age 76 years Born in Poland on September 25, 1894, the late Mr. Micherda came to Canada in 1927 settling n Sask. and several months ater came to Blairmore where he has resided since. He was employed by West Canadian Collieries until retiring in 1957. was a member of the Ca- nadian Slovak Society and the U.M.W.A. He served in World War 1. Was predeceased by one son Emil in August 1968, Blairmore; a grandson Walter, June 1968 at Radium and three sisters in Poland. Survivors in- clude his wife Anna, Blair- more, one sister, Hamilton, Ont.; one brother, Poland; one grand daughter. Funeral ser- vices will be held in Fantin Blairmore Chapels on Monday, February 8, 1971 at 2 p.m., with Rev. Bob Smith officiat- ing. Interment Blair more Union Cemetery. Fantin Chap- els Ltd., in charge. C3291 FUNERALS VARHAUG Funeral ser- vice for Sven Varhaug, beloved husband of Mrs. Agnes Var- haug of Enchant who died at Calgary Friday, Jan. 29, 1971. after a brief illness at the age of 57 years, was held at p.m. Thursday, Feb. 4, 1971, in Enchant with Rev. G. Hen- drickson officiating. Honor a r y pallbearers were Daniel, Paul and Phillip Otteson, John Klin, Lynn Jacobson and Trygve Skretting. Active pallbearers were Bud Peterson, Delmer Steen, Marvin Goughnor, Ed- win Severtson, Robert Steen and Tort Skretting. Interment was in the Ibbestad Cemetery. Martin Bros. Ltd.. Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CONLON Funeral service for Mr. Edward Kenneth Con- Ion, Pincher Creek resident who died there Sunday, Jan. 24 1971, at the age of 64 years was held Friday, Jan. 29, 1971 in the Lethbridge 10th Ave LDS Chapel with Bishop Archie Wilson officiating. Hon- orary pallbearers were Vern Erickson, Derel Graham, Free Huddlestun, Jim Kettles, Ken- neth Meuller, Jack McKay Lewis Poppema, Ray Schmidt, Slim Slialer and Cssil Steven- son. Active pallbearers were Richard Campbell, Clarence Feser, Blair Lowry, Kent Low- fy, Randy Russell and Donalc Stevenson. Interment was in the Warner Cemetery. Eden's Funeral Home of Pincher Creek, directors of funeral ser vice, was in charge of the ar- rangements. IN MEMORIAMS MACK In loving memory of our dear son and brother, Philip, who passed away Feb- ruary 7, 1970. We do not need a special day To bring you to our minds, The days we do not think of you Are very hard to find. They say that time heals all sorrow And helps us to forget, But time so far has only proven How much we miss you yet. God gave us strength to carry on And courage to face the blow, But what it meant to lose you No one will ever know. To know we never said good- bye, Will always bring regret, But the hearts that loved you dearly Are the ones that won't forget. remembered and sadly missed by mother, dad, Judy, Norma and grandma. 4030 GROVES In loving memory of a dear father, Harry Groves. who passed away January 29, 1969. The golden gates stood open, two years ago With farewell left unspoken He softly slipped away, Somewhere beyond the sunset Where beauty never dies, You rest in a lonely garden beneath God's golden skies. remembered b y his daughter Lilith; husband Ferd and grandchildren, Ronald. Sharon. Cathy and Alfred of Earl Grace, Sask. 4046 HANDEREK In loving. memory of a dear mother and grandma, Balbina, who passed away February 6, 1956. Wonderful memories, silently kept, Of one we loved and will never forget. missed and ever re- raemtKred by Anne, Elmer and family. 4027 MACK In loving memory of our dear friend, Phil, who, passed away February 7, 1970. remembered by Vic, Walter, Pete, Guenter, Alvin, Joanne, Sandra, Connie, Roger, Cathy, Ron, Gary, Butch, Harold, Danny, Bill, George, Amy, Jim and Bev. 4029 KERLUK In loving mem ory of our dear father and grandfather, John, who passed away February 7, 1970. With tender memories ever true, Today and always we think of you. remembered b y son Johnny, Matilda and Billie. JORGENS, Harry In loving memory of our dear husband, father and grandfather, who passed away February 6, 1969. His memory is as dear today As in the hour he passed away. remembered b y his wife Frances and sons and daughter Joyce, Her- man and girls; Virginia, Wayne and boys; Henry, Doreen and boys and Robert Jurgens. 4032 OLAJOS In loving memory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Steve, who passed away February 5, 1970. He suffered in silence when no one knew, He never deserved what he went through. Take care of him Lord, as he takes his rest For on earth, he was one of the best. remembered and sadly missed by his loving wife Mary, daughter Mary, Ron and grandchildren. 4026 Milton Obote 11 days ago, said defence will be his major prior- ity and that he plans to increase the strength of his 6.000-man army, already one of the most powerful in East Africa. Amia charged last week that Tanzania planned to invade Uganda on behalf of Obote, and he announced last weekend that Sudanese forces had actually crossed the border. Sudan denied the charges and warned they may damage rela- tions between the two neigh- bors. Both Sudan and Tanzania continue to recognize Obote as president, and Tanzania has given him refuge. LONDON (Raiter) Britain Parliament that the British high the age of 103. commissioner in Uganda has William (Billy) been instructed to conduct gov- ernment business with Amin's council of ministers. Mills, 104, last surviving partici- pant in the 1885 Kiel rebellion, following a two-month illness. BIG GLUT Britain is facing its biggest potato glut in five sur- plus of tons. Gladiator For large campers or heavier loads GVW TO IBS. Test-Drive the extra go-power of 4-Wiieel Drive Coi UNITED MOTORS CO. LTD. 3rd Ave., 3rd St. S. Phone 327-2805 Show us. Show yourself. In !he Canadian Armed Forces you'll have a real opportunity for modern infantry training in e man's world of action among men. We're interested in you and we look alter you. get experience and good pay. 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