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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 24, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta WMiMMiy, April 24, 1974 LETHBRIDQE HERALD 31 IN MEMORIAMS ZEITH Betty In loving memory of a dear mother and grandmother, who passed away April 24, 1971. She lived in life for those she loved, And those she loved remember remembered by Iris and Richard O'Brien, Warren and Darren. 21 DANIELSON In loving memory of Mr. Morrie Danielson, who passed away April 24, 1973. Like falling leaves the years pass by, But love and memories never die, Precious forever are memories of you, Today, tomorrow and all life through. remembered by the Niepel family 22 SOUGHT FURS The first company chartered to trade in Canadian furs was formed by a number of French merchants in 1603. CARDS OF THANKS BOHNE We wish to express our sincere thanks to the doctors and nurses at the Cardston Hospital for the care given our wife and mother, also to the staff at the Chinook Foundation and Grand View Nursing Home as well as to friends for their many kindnesses and all those who helped in any way. Bohne and family. 18 MORRISON Muriel M. Philip, Anne and I would like to express our thanks to our friends and neighbors for the many kindnesses extended to us in the loss of a beloved grandmother and mother. With special thanks to the Rev. Blake Anderson and the Congregation of McKillop Church; and also Mrs Niven and her staff at the Devon Nursing Home for their special care. Prato 19 EXPENSIVE ARMOR The Pembroke suit of armor was sold in Britain for in 1924 Unflappable John Turner faces toughest challenge By DAVE BLAIKIE OTTAWA (CP) John Turner has come a long way .since he first showed up in the Commons as a Liberal backbencher in 1962. From the day the easy- going, British-born lawyer was elected, his political career has moved forward. Handsome, affable, his profile seemingly made for television cameras, he has passed a dozen turning points in his 12 years as an MP, nine as a cabinet minister. So far, even in the precarious finance portfolio, he has escaped any fatal political blunders that might seriously damage or end his quest for the ultimate political minister. But the 44-year-old finance minister may face one of his severest challenges when he brings down his third federal budget May 6. He announced the date Tuesday after weeks of speculation and opposition pressure. His first two budgets, one in 1972, the other last year, were of the good-news, expansionist variety. The 1973 budget came after the Liberals skidded almost out of office in the 1972 election, but it was far from painful for Mr. Turner. It featured higher pensions and family allowances, an indexing system to take the in- flation sting out of income taxes, and abolition or reduc- tion of a series of federal sales taxes. Several of the measures, in- cluding the indexing system, reversed previous government policy and there were accusations that Mr. Turner had sold Liberal credibility down the river. But he scored a major political triumph by winning support from the New Democratic Party, the effective balance of power in the Commons. This time, even if the government opts for another all-out effort to win continued NDP support, the task appears more difficult. "We wanted the government to come through for us last one NDP official said Tuesday. "Now we're ready to pull the plug unless they accept our full program, undiluted." HAS KILLED CAREERS The finance portfolio has killed a string of political ca- reers, including that of Edgar Benson, the last finance minister. He quit politics in 1972 after four beleagured years in the post. Mr. Turner has gone sur- prisingly unscathed, despite high unemployment, record interest rates and the worst inflation rate since the Korean War. His back-slapping good nature is credited as a major reason. Financial critics rail against his policies, but many opponents like him as an individual. They feel comfortable enough to wan- der across the Commons floor almost any time for a private chat. "It's harder to go for the jugular when you like someone one Parliament Hill veteran explains. Mr. Turner went from back- bencher to cabinet minister without portfolio under former prime minister Pearson in 1965. He moved subsequently to a string of cabinet posts including registrar-general, consumer and corporate affairs, attorney-general, justice, then finance. Cardston spurred to improve crossing CARDSTON (Staff) A 'near accident" in the 300 Block on Cardston's main street has spurred council to make certain traffic signs are erected at a crosswalk and that the lines be repainted. Town administrator Keith Bevans told council "a lady, nearly blind, was going across and a car just about ran her down." Councillors noted that a motion had been made earlier to have signs erected at this crosswalk. Coun. Stan Johnson will take care of this matter. He will also have a sign erected on a road that comes out north of the school. A lot will be saved for W. J. Hollingsworth, council decided, if a down payment is received. The lot is in a new subdivision, has a fine view of the creek valley and also a view of the mountains that can't be spoiled by any future construction, said Mr. Bevans. Council received two petitions regarding paving. One, from Richard Wilde of 272 5th St. E. and other citizens, wants regular hard surface paving rather than the chip coat. They offered a front foot. The road is 40 feet wide. Council accepted the plan, providing it can be done along with other paving commitments. The other petition wants chip coat road work on 8th Street west between 1st and 2nd Avenues. The town advertised curb and gutter on the east side only the petitioners seek it on the west side also. It was approved subject to approval by the LDS Church, owner of land on the street. Council learned that will be made available by the provincial government for construction of the new town police building. and Freshest from Safeway! __ ___ SMOKED PORK SAUSAGE SIDE FRYING HAMS BACON CHICKEN Maple Leaf or Burns Whole Ready to Serve SPECIAL Campfire Skinless Frozen 1 Ib. Vic Pak Pkg. SPECIAL Olympic or Woodacres Sliced Rindless 1 Ib. Vac Pak Pkg. SPECIAL SOFT DRINKS Cragmont. Regular. Assorted Flavours 10 fl. 01. tin SPECIAL CHECKTHESE EAT VALUES 3 pin, 75 carton PLUS DEPOSIT Take a relaxing break with Safeway brands! ICE CREAM Snow Star Assorted Flavours. SPECIAL DIXIE CUPS Lucerne. Frozen, pkg. of oz. SPECIAL BABY CARROTS age Bel Air, Whole Canada Fancy. 2 Ib. cello bag. SPECIAL..............................W W ORANGE JUICE PORK RIBLETS 450 Government Inspected, Ib......................... WIENERS 59' Burns Skinless, regular or all beef, 11b. vac pak pkg. BOLOGNA Burns in the piece, Ib. or Grapefruit Juice, unsweetened from concentrate. 12V: II. oz. tin. SPECIAL 55 Regular or Fine Grind Vac Pac 1 Ib. tin EDWARDS COFFEE FRESH DONUTS Skylark Sugar or Snobftll, pkg. ol 12 O SPECIAL tor INSTANT COFFEE Airway. 10oz.netwt.jar TEA BAGS Canterbury 25 bags 1 1 49 49 LAUNDRY DETERGENT White Magic 5 Ib. box SPECIAL PORK ROAST Boneless Loin, Government Inspected, Ib. PORK CHOPS Boneless, Government Inspected, Ib...... PERCH HIGHLINER OR Smoked Fifth. Ih Smoked Fish, Frozen, Ib GROUND BEEF Qft Regular Quality, !b..................................WW SMOKED HAMS 73 Maple Leaf or Burns Half or Quarters, PRICES EFFECTIVE in Lethbridge, April Wt Reserve the Right to Limit Quantities COPYRIGHT 1960, CANADA SAFEWAY LIMITED ,OJ ;