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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, May 8, 1970 THE LITHBSIDGE HSRAID 21 >UBL1C Corpora- lion'i office in Ottawa 5 p.m., E.D.S.T. May 19, 1970. far including Condi- Irons of Sale, apply to Crown Assets Disposal Corporation, Room 200 Corona Building, 10645 Jasper Avenue, Edmon- ton 14, Alberta, Tel. 414- 1117. Morris CYR Passed awav o Thursday, May 7, 1970, Henr "Berdie" Cyr, age 80 year beloved husband of Mrs. Ann Cyr of Pir.cher Creek. Born in Pincher Creek, IB married Anna Bsrube there in 1926, and they farmed and ranc'hed southeast of Pincher Creek un- til retiring to town in 1947. He was a founding member of the eommuisiy auction sales of Pincher Cresk. Besides h'.s wife, hs is survived by a son Barney of Puichsr Creek; fcur grandchildren and one great- grandchild. The funeral service will be held in St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church on Sat- urday, May 9 at a.m., Rev. J. Weisgerber officiating. Interment in Fail-view Ceme- tery. Friends may meet for prayers in Eden's Funeral Home, on Friday evening (to- night) at p.m. Donations may be made to the Canadian Cancer Society, care of Ames Insurance, in lieu of flowers Funeral arrangements bj Eden's Funeral Horoa Ltd., Pincher Creek. C7982 grea-r ters, Mrs. J. (Hazel) Schwartz of Minneapolis and Mrs. C. (Esther) Foslien of Garfield, Minnesota; three brothers, Carl Hanson of Brock, Saskat- chewan, Willie Hanson of Bau- dette, Minnesota and Lawrence Hanson of Alexandria, Minne- sota. Besides her husband, she was predeceased by an infant son; one daughter, two sisters and two brothers. The funeral service will be held on Satur- day at p.m. in Martin Bros. Chapel. 812 3rd Ave. S., with Pastor W. J. Gamble of- ficiating. Interment will follow in Archmount Memorial Gar- dens. Martin Bros. Ltd., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C7991 Remember Mother This Sunday! FOR BEAUTIFUL You'll find a wide selection of items to please her here, at prices that will please your budget, too And with our con- venient charge plans, there's no longer any reason not to give Mom that special some- thing she's always wanted. Make this her happiest Moth- er's Dayl Remember, Too Our Gift Wrapping Service! OPEN TILL NINE TONIOHTI 606-608 3rd Avenue South Phone 377-5767 Heirioom Ho.lj.oware lamish-iesistant silverplste, keeps its superb brilliance forever. 6410 6312' IKORA HOLLOWARE SALE PRICED UP TO 30% OFF! REGULAR PRICES CARDS OF THANKS DEGNEGARD I wish to thank my doctor and the staff of St. Michael's Hospital for the wonderful care I received while in the hospital for 10 days; also thanks to all my friends who sent cards and flowers. Mrs. N. Degnegard. 1312 wish to sincerely thank the doctors and nurses of Uhs first floor east, St. Michael's Hospital, for the kindness and care I received while a patient. Special thanks to relatives and friends for the gifts, flowers, cards and visits. Your thought- fulness will always be remem- bered and appreciated. Edith Cavell Nursing Home is my new address snd would enjoy having my friends visit me there. Emily Smeed. 1513 thanks to al' our friends and relatives for fte many cards, flowers receivec during the passing of our mother, Mrs. Sarah Ann Smith Thanks to the doctors and the staff of the Cardston Auxiliary Hospital, to the Cardston 3rd Ward Bishopric and all those taking part in the services am :o all who furnished food ant yelped serve the lunch. All these acts of kindness were deeply appreciated, and will always be remembered. family of Mrs. Sarah Ann Smith. 1258 wish to thank tin doctors and nurses on Surgerj One at the Lethbridge Municipa Hospital for their care, patience and understanding during my recent illness. Jones. 125 wish to ex press our sincere thajilcs to a relatives and friends for th many cards, flowers, food an calls that we received durjn the loss of our husband, fathe and' grandfather. Also thanks t the staff of the Devon Nursin Home, also the Auxiliary Ho. pital, St. Michael's Hospital fo the care and kindness show Mr. Swansea while he wa there; also thanks to the pal bearers, honorary pallbearer the Rev. Lecn Zimmerman an the ladies that served the luffi' Elizabeth Swanson am all the families. 12( Cut Off Tongue MADRAS, India (AP) Pe ions said to be Marxists cut o the tongue of an "untouchable named Kolyekkan who defecte from the Marxist party ai joined the Congress party in P likkal, a village in Kerala stat published reports said Thur day. What angered the Marxis most was that the ur.touchab campaigned for the Congres party candidate who won byeleclion. COMPARE 8UR HIGH QUAIITY AND OUR LOW PRICES Prices effective until closing Saturday, May 9 RED BRAND STEER BEEF TABLE RITE IOIN POrk ChOpS Rib or Butt End Ib. BURNS SDOrk ...................12-01. tin. Q.T.F. SUCED, CRUSHED OR TIDBITS 4 ftft Jig 14-01. tins for BRUNSWICK BKUNlWJi-K. Sardines 1 lp BICK'S 48-oz. jar BICK'S ASSORTED B.C. COUNTRY 4 00 Corn Flakes 4 SUN RYPE BLUE LABEL Lyons Chicken Noodle pfcgs. for Soup _, l l ft Ycrk Cod Fish and Chips CALIFORNIA HEAD Canada Extra Fey. Winesaps 3-lfa. bag Play "Let's Go To His Races" Win Big Cash Priies Plus Weekly Bonanza Prizes Details ot your Local IGA Stores We KiSERVt THE RIGHT TO UMIT QUANTITIES ;