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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 18, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 12 W IfTHf.RIDG! HERALD Paccmbur U, 1971 4 Canada. ned OTTAWA UT. UolK-rt A. D. I-'ord. ambassador in tilt1 r.S.S.K., nmi composer Harry Somers ,'nv among 1- prominent today pointod (_' o in ;i :i n i o n s of the Order of Canada. Walter Sh.'iw, former [jre-mler irf Prince Edward Inland, aiid Jean Vanfcr, son of former gov- ernor-general Georges P. Vnn- kr, were among 2-ri other per- sons named recipients of i.he or- der's medal of service. Gov-Gc-n. Rohind Michener, Trtiose office marie- the an- nouncement; will invest the re- cipients at a later date. Companions are picked for "outstanding rnent cf high- est degree, especially service to Canada or to humanity at large." The wnnce medal is awarded for ''excellence in alJ fields of endeavor in Canadian life." The selections the order are m-3.de twice a year by an advisory council acting on suggestions from individuals and organizations. In a dip tic career span- ning years, Mr. Knrd has served ;is ambassador to Co- lombia. Yugoslavia, the United Arab HepuLilic and the Sudan. He was named ambassador to the U.S.S.K. in Jatm-iry, 19B-1. Mr. Somers. Ifi. of Toronto, has gained an international au- dience with his compositions. His Five .Songs for Dark Voice was recorded by the National .Arts Centre Orclv-tra and so- prano Maureen Forrester for Hie orchestra'-'. firM commercial album. SERVED AS PHKMIKK Mr. Shaw. Kl. ?-Tvfd prp- micr of P.E.I. from until the 1W> Cener.-jl el'X'Hon when HIS cnvpmmciil. defeated. RrlMininS mm hr hnirr ic.'iiIf-T Until hr rotirrrl in Dr. Viiiiir.r, prvhap'; known as tho f n u n d r r of b'Arche. 3 nllage for mentally retarded ariuKs in Trosly-Bron.il, FVanno, Tvbr-p" hr resides. Hr also hfl5 fonnrk'd other for Mir- rot.'trded. including one ,nt Tiirhmond Hill, Onl. Other Thomas 57. Mills. an industrialIM and head of various Rata rhoe com- panies around the '.vorld: Hohcrl K. Hell, a nuclear physicist and principal and ice-chancellor of McGill Uni- versily; Roy" Dnnirlt'-. professor of literature and lanyuape at the University of British Col- umbia Lotiis-Piiilippc H'1 Granrlprp, M. Montreal and presi- dent-elccl of (he CuiKidinn Bar AAWCiation; .1. M. Harrison, 56. assistant deputy minister of federal department of energy, mines and resources; Margaret Laurence, writer and novelist who won the Gov- a ward in 1067 for her noval A Joht of God, laid1 made into I he film Rachel, j Rachel. MJ-S. Laurence, who i in Knfiland. was j ivsklcncp at Masscy College, i I'nivi'rsity of Toronto, in IdfiO-' Her. Lonis-MarlB Urgis, (7, Montreal, former imd director of studies, faculty of philosophy, University of Mont- real; limit M. Rricl. M. Ottawa, j former Canadian high com- missioner to India and ambas- sador to Germany, and first principal of Clendon College, Vork- University: i tiny Rodirr. vice-president of the Canada 'council and chair- man of the research committee, Universary of Montreal, Lucien Sanlncr, 53, chairman i i of the Montreal Urban Com- 1 munity, and a former Montreal i I municipal executive. j Other service medal recipi- ents include: Dr. I-ennox O. Bell. 67. Winni- pog. n emeritus of medicine, t'niversity of Manitoba; I'. Bell, 83, Mahone Bay. VS.. industrialist and chancellor emeritus. Mount Alli- son University, Saskville, N.B.; 1 Leslie Cliff. Ifi, Vancouver, i holder of three gold medals for swimming victories at this year's Pan-American Games at Call. Colombia; lipv. Rnnnl I o ll 11 e r, Kl. Quebec City, founder of the j Trois-Saumons Study Camp, es- j tahlished to promote culture ex- j change between younE; English- j and 'French-speaking Canadi- .Jolinsoii. 7-1, Win- nipeg, retired plant pathologist wlm in research with rorr.li par- Kncnirr. trhn r-pr'it inurh of her We in various activities to improve i Canadian art and music; Isahcl MaoNcil. Mill Village. I S'.. first superintendent of the i prison for women at Kingston. i Onl.; i Helen Me Vancoll- ver, former national director of I nursing services for the Cana- dian Red Cross Society. She sciTed in Korea in I95-1-55. and was awarded the Florence Ni- gingalc Medal, highest interns-1 tional nursing award of the Red j i Cross, in I Rrv. William Wyte Moore, 75, I So'ilh Bnrnaby. B.C., former missionary on Mistawasis Re- i serve in Saskatchewan; j I Omer Parent, director of the i i Laval University school of vis- I Chief .Tallies Snvitl. W. here- i dilarv chief of Kwakwasutcnuk and former chief councilor of the Albert Bay. B.C. band. i Winnifred M. Stewart. Ed- monton, founder and principal of the Winnifrcd Stewart School i for Retarded Children in Ed- j monton; Lawrence .1. Wallace. 58, Vic- j i of British Columbia; The new selections tn tlir i Order of Canada bring to 442 i the total of companions and service medal recipients named since the order was founded in 1367. PARKSIDE COIN-OP LAUNDRY DRY CLEAN 2634 SOUTH PARKSIDE yule booze may be cleadlv MONTREAL (CP) M'ont- 12 INGLIS WASHERS PLUS 25-LB. realers who risk buying cut-! rate liquor during the holiday period stand a good chance of I waking up with powerful 1 if they wake up at all. Lieut. Steve Olynyk of the Montreal police department's morality squad says illicit alcohol in which lye is used tn speed fermen- 6 INGLIS the black market here in tho month. Karly Friday, a 3.1-year-oId man was arrested in his north -ond home and 43I> hot-Ues of home -m a d e liquor seized. The illegal liquor was packer! in regular 40-ounee bottles, complete with label.1? of popular brands and Quebec i.i q 11 o r Board stamps de-sicned to make Ilin liquor look like a legitimate distillery prmliKi. Police. their QUALITY DRY CLEANING DV TIJC AR r. rontiniiMu: and air almhol rp'.priiiMiilp for nlwmt rlratlr, a in Ourlirr. I.teilt Ohink Dl IHt lAJAU PHONE QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC FDDY DIETRICH Crrlifirtl Hpnlol Moclionic Cnpitol fuinilurfl Rklfl. .Topes Avoiloble in Record Aufomotive Deprs 8 TlJSSK-STEiEi-8 PISTES STEREO STEREO STEREO Open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. until Christmas. Centre Villaqe Mall. Telephone 328-9231 ;