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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 22, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta IIWVI J Triple crown winner Ron Turcotte Jockey among 66 Canadians to be awarded Order of Canada Worm wishes full of good cheer that our many friends have a bright Christmas holiday. Mandarin Restaurant located in the Zellers-Safeway Shopping Plaza on Mayor Magrath Drive Holiday Christmas 8 p.m. Closed Christinas and Boxing Day. Open Yaara-ragular hours from 4 p.m. Mon. thru Thurs. Sat. and at noon. PHONE 327-8696 OTTAWA Ron Tur- cotte. the New Brunswicker who recently became the first jockey in more than 70 years to win two consecutive Ken- tucky Derby is to become a member of the Order of Canada. The 32-year-old N B is also the first jockey in 25 years to win in one season the triple crown of United States horse the Preakness and the Belmont Stakes. He now will be entitled to add the initials CM after his name Turcott is among 66 Cana- dians whom Gov -Gen Roland Michener today named to the Order of Canada in recogni- tion of outstanding achievements and service to their country or to humanity in general They include five appoint- ments as the ex- clusive top-ranking category in the order limited to a max- imum of 150 persons at any time A total of 21 officers of the order were named and 40 per- sons were appointed order members in recognition of their contributions to par- ticular communities or to a profession or group. NEW COMPANIONS Among the five who with all others will receive their awards in an PHOTO Phone 328-6661 Wishes at To all the friends we have had the pleasure of serving wishes for a family-filled holiday THE. LENNON SISTERS SEVERINSEN ihe popular Tonight Show if S- featuring regulars RICHARD ROBERTS PATTI ROBERTS The World Action Singers Ralph Carmichael and hisOrchestra Tonight it p.m CJOC-TV CD. 7 Tomorrow it p.m. CJOC-TV Ch. 7 investituture planned for next is Thomas a 97-year-old former cabinet minister and retired senator. The George long-time diplomat and now provost of the University of Toronto's Trinity W.O. chairman and chief executive of Imperial Oil Ltd. and a member of the national advisory committee on Rev Roger rector of the University of Alfred president of the Federation de Quebec des Caisses populaires Desjar- dins The Desjardins holdings include insurance and investment companies as well as credit union offices throughout Quebec Michel ambassador to Greece who was head of the Canadian delegation on the In- ternational Commission of Control and Supervision in Vietnam earlier this and journalist Ross author of the award-winning Gauntlet to a story about the Canadian army in the Second World are among those on the list of new officers. The others Jean director of the National author of several books on artists and the National Vacy Ash of former oil company executive and founding co-prdinator of the Duke of Edinburgh's Award Scheme for Margaret Atwood of Ont writer and Micheline Beauchemin of tapestry weaver and artist. Perrault Casgrain of Ri- mouski lawyer and former Quebec cabinet Maj. John of an engineer award- ed the Julian C Smith medal by the Engineering Institute of Canada achievement in the development of and Kathleen Co- retired English professor and scholar Richard Davis of Toronto social welfare consultant and Gerard Dion of Quebec professor and in- dustrial relations Saul Hayes of executive vice-president of the Canadian Jewish Congress and member of the federal hate propaganda Richard Hearn of Queen 84-year-old former chairman and chief engineer of Ontario Henry Jackman of patron of the arts whose donations to the National Gallery include 22 murals worth more than Leon Saskatchewan physicist and author of sci- entific Carl writer and English Dr. John B.C. Medical Centre committee John Newmark. Montreal ac- companist and chamber Christopher New- foundland artist and print- maker. Horace dean emeritus of Dalhousie law school and one of first members of 1916 Royal Flying Dooris associate director of the Vancouver art gallery LONG CAREER Ambassador Gauvin's diplo- matic career started in 1S51 when he was appointed third secretary to Turkey. He subsequently served in Zaire the Belgian and Ethiopia. He also served on special missions to the Congo during the 1964 Stanleyville crisis and to the Dominican Republic during the civil war in 1965 Mr Gauvin is the author of La Geste du Regiment de la Chaudiere of the Chaudiere with which he served in the Second World War in Great the Netherlands and Germany. Mr. Munro worked for The Canadian Press in the Parlia- mentary press gallery here and in various CP bureaus in Canada and abroad. He went overseas as a CP war cor- respondent with the Canadian army in 1940 and covered the army in action for five years He was awarded the Order of the British Empire for his war reporting and won Season's best to this Christmas Day. We appreciate the patronage shown to us. THE MANAGEMENT AND STAFF PRUEGGER'S MUSIC LTD. 530 5th Street Lethbridge Phone 327-7524 ARIZONA- CM LI PHOENIX OLD TUCSON Ti luana Mexico Las Vegas Los Angeles DISNEY LAND ban Deigo ban hrancisco Mormon Tab ernacle 8i more DEPARTING MAR 2 by Deluxe Hiway Cruiser IS Fun filled days from LAS RFA'O Las Vegas Reno Carson Cny Lake Tahoe Virginia City ere DEPARTING MAR 23rd by Deluxe Hiuvay Cruiser 9 tun filled days from LASTKR IMSMM April 6th and April 13th for FREE BROCHURE Call Your Trnel Agent Call Operator Ask lor Zsnlth 06061 207 KresgeBldg. Edmonton Alia A.M.A. WORLD TRAVEL 6055lhAVE.S. PHONE 328-7921 or 328-1181 P. LAWSON TRAVEL MARQUIS HOTEL BLDG. PHONE 328-3000 the governor-general's award for non-fiction in 1945 with Gauntlet to Overlord Mr now publisher of the Edmonton also is a director of Southam Press Ltd. and first vice-president of The Canadian Press. WELL KNOWN Ron Turcotte is probably the most widely-known of the 40 persons appointed members of the order. A biography says he left school at age 14 to join his fa- ther in the lumber business. 1960 he went to because of his size and several strikes in the construction he was unable to find It was then that he found a job exercising horses at a racetrack and started riding a year later A 64-year-old country doc- Louis-Philippe is also named a member of the order. Dionne has been a gen- eral practitioner in Ste Mane de for 37 and has delivered almost says his biography. the early years of his medical he made house calls using whatever means of transportation was available horse and snowmobile to patients not only in his but also in the parishes surrounding the town of Ste. ALSO IN ORDER Others named members of the order Mrs. Alhe Gregory Dr. Charles Mrs. Myra Daniel's Nfld Jac- ques Andre James Dr Ian Jose Bernard Dr. Allen Alvan Ot- Melvin Ont. Dr. Dominique N.B William dr W.G. Har- Dr. Florence Mrs Pearl N W T Dr Roy Fred Calude Jourdain. Michael Brother Methodius Sask Herbert K. Alice West- Stephen Mag- Man Charles Dr Christine Marguerite Ver- non Mae F. Montreal Brig -Gen William Charlotte Rene Bruce Dr. J.A. Joyce Annette and WO Wilhelm Germany. TOWNE HOUSB MEN'S HAIR STYLING 710A-3rdAve. South DIRECTLY ACROSS Iron DOWNTOWN SAFEWAY Open a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday and Saturday and a.m. to 9 p.m. Thursdays. PHONE 328-41 22 'Hair styles for everyone' Christmas Pantomime FRANK FEATHERSTONE A Muriel Joliffe Production for the Allied Arts Council Dec. p.m. MATINEES DEC. 26 and 29 p.m YATES MEMORIAL CENTRE Tickets 15 years and under On Sale at Leister's iPARKPLiZA Presents for your Dining and Dancing Pleasure No. WEEK-END 1 DEEP FRIED FANTAIL SHRIMP -6 pcs. Jumbo Shrimp -Cocktail Sauce -Seasoned Rice 5 No. 2 BROILED FOR TWO SIRLOIN STEAK -7 oz. Top Sirloin -Garlic Toast -Per person 5 SPECIAL INCLUDES SALAD CHOICE OF POTATO AND BABY CARROTS 1517 MAYOR MAGRATH DRIVE The Management and Staff of the Golden Bridge Restaurant would like to thank their customers for their patronage over the past year and wish everyone a VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS HOLIDAY Dec. Christmas Eve CLOSED at p.m. Dee. Christmas Day CLOSED ALL DAY Dec. Boxing Day OPEN 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. PICK-UP OR DELIVERY SERVICE Phone PHONE 328-2525 or 328-5677 Drop In often and enjoy the finest foods In pleasant surroundings ;