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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 17, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wctlnc.tloy, May 17, 1972 THE LEIHBRIDGE HERALD 25 cry lemonami Deaths Yesterday Ily TJIH CANADIAN I'llESS William C. Carroll, 54, Ihe world's second-longest surviving heart transplant re- cipient, wlio received a new iV heart Aug. 31, 19C8. FKU.GKR Passed Passed away in in Magrath on Monday, cily on Monday, May 15, following a following a lengthy ill- illness, Mr. Herman Paul ness, Mr. Wil- gcr at the age of 03 years W B ham Grant at the J2IO 7lh Avenue S. The agc 0[ H7 years, service will be held on husband of Mrs. Mary day at p.m. in of the Devon Nursing Lutheran Church, wilh Born raised and educat- Leon Zimmerman in Scotland, the lale Mr. Interment will follow in came lo Canada, lo On- Magrath Cemetery. in 1003. He later moved may pay their respects at Vancouver and in 1925 settl- Church from p.m. in Lethbridge, where he p.m. MARTIN BROS. well known as a gardener Directors of Funeral many years. He was a of the Canadian Le- _____ and served in the First War. The funeral ser- PENTON Passed will be held on Thursday suddenly on May 15th, p.m. in Martin Bros. Levis Eosworth, al the age CHAPEL, 703 13 73 years beloved husband N., with Rev. G. K. Churc- Mrs. Ida Penton m 27lh St. officiating. Interment will Lethbridge. Also survived in the Field of Honour, one son, Dr. James Pcnlon and daughter in law Marilyn View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- Lclhbridge and five of Funeral Service. dren, David, John, Anne, and Bonnie and a brolher vin also of Lelhbridge. services conducted by Mr. Keith Robbins will be held on Saturday May 20th, at p.m. in The Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses, 125 13th N7. Interment to follow SANDVIK Funeral service for Grace Sandvik, Taber resident who died at Calgary Tuesday, May 9, at the Archmount Cemetery. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME in Charge of Arrangements. of 65 years, was held al H a.m. Saturday, May 13, 1972, in St, Augustine's Roman Catholic Church wilh Rev. Burke Hoschka the celebrant. Pall- were C. A. Cunning- DASH Passed away hi Jack Slimpson, Dan city on Tuesday, May Joe Machacek, Arnold following a brief illness, and Bill Lokicr. Inter- Herbert Edward Dash at was at Moose Jaw. Hum- of 83 years, beloved Funeral Home, Taber, band of Mrs. Katie of Funeral Service, Dash of 14J7 3 Avenue N. in charge of the arrange- in Broadview, the lale Mr. Dash first to Lethbridge in 1924 and then moved (o Mackay, Alberta in 193-1. He returned to Lethbridge in where he has resided until his passing. Besides his loving wife, he is survived by three sons, Messrs. Robeit W. Dash and Vic H. Dash of Lelh-br.dge. Sgi. M. M. Dssh, Roys-ton, B.C.; Iwo daughters, Mrs. (Nora) A. G. Logan ol Wild-wood. Mrs. Funeral service for Mrs. Alice Melba Kirkham Holmes, beloved wife of Myron Holmes of Raymond who died at Raymond Monday, May B, 1972, at the age of 74 years, was held at 2 p.m. Thursday, May 11, 1972, in the Taylor Stake Chanel of (he LDS fChurch with Bishop Dwayne Hall officiating. Pallbear e r s T. Whin, of Dnimheller; Godfrey Holmes, Chris grandchildren; 24 great-grandchildren; one sister in Mark and Tom Evans, Robert and Eldon couver and two brothers Interment was in Iho Victoria. He was predeceased liy one son, Mr. Kenneth plot in the Temple Hill Cemetery. Chrislcnien Sal- Dash, who was killed in Funeral Home Ltd., Di- Second World War. The of Funeral Sen-ice, al service will he held on in charge of the arrange- day al p.m. in the of St. Mary the Virgin, the Rev. Canon R. W. Funeral service officiating. Interment will Anton (Tony) Friedrich low in Archmount who died at Helena, Gardens. Friends may Saturday, May 6, 1972, Iheir respects at 'Mai tin the age of 70 years, was MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 at 2 p.m. Friday. May 12, St. N. phone 328 in the Magrath TIN BHOS. LTD., Directors with Bishop L. B. Funeral Service. officiating. Pallbearers Lawrence, H e n r y, FACIIKO Passed Richard and Jim suddcnlv on Monday, May and Dennis Broadhcad. 1972, Mr. Michael was in Ihe Magrath Fachko al the age of Christensen Salmon vears, be 1 o> v Home Ltd, Directors ffiefoft husband of Funeral Service, was in Minn> t'r of the arrangements. J2JC Avenue S. BOTH Czechoslovakia, the late Funeral service Fachko came to Canada Joseph W. Alston, beloved Lethbridge in 1927 and of Mrs. Norma Alston for a number of years for Magralh who died there Mine. In 1940 he joined May 11, 1972, al Ihe Canadian Army and of 82 years, was held at overseas until receiving p.m. Monday, May 15, 1972, medical discharge in 1944. He returned to take up a the Magrath LDS Chapel wilh Bishop L. B. Tanner offi- ing career in which he was actively engaged unlil his ating. Pallbearers were Bruce Lyle, Klaus Frenzel. and ment last August. He was a momber of the Canadian Legion, General Stewart Branch, a member of St. Peter and St. Paul's Church and he was a very active nnd ardent gardener. The funeral service will be held on Thursday at Wade, Burns and Tom Alston. Interment was in the Magrath Cemetery. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL 812 3 Avenue S., wilh Rev. Father R. Zuback officiating. Intcrmenl will follow in the Field of Honour, Mountain View Cemetery. Prayers will be said on Wednesday Funeral service for Victor Eli Bcnnctl, beloved husband of Mrs. Lois G. Bennett of Raymond who died al Raymond Wednesday, May 10, 1972, at the age of SO years, p.m. in held nl 2 p.m. Saturday, liros. TRADITIONAL 13, 1972, in the Raymond IOL. 012 3 Avenue S. Ward LDS Chapel wilh RHOS LTD.. Directors ol Ronald H. Walson nffi- neral Service. Honorary pallbearers Brian, Barrv, Gregorv, PUBLIC Guy, Mark and Jnmie t Bennett, Brcnl and Scott E HERBICIDE Bruce Warren, Bradley, Paul and Dan-en Jensen Ac- pallbearers were Douglas, Blair and Graham UcMincI' 10 '.i