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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 3, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Jewwrr 1, THI LITHMIDOI HMALD 19 MA MURRAY Chickens out Admitting she has "chicken- ed out on the deal." Ma Mur- ray said in Liilooet, B.C. she has decided not lo sell her weekly Bridge River-Lillooet News. "I got to asking myself what I'd do if I she said. "The weather is lousy and I hurt my foot in October or August and it didn't heal up as good as it could and it was just one thing and another and I guess you could say I chick- ened out on myself." Ma, who will he 85 next Au- gust, also admitted she would miss the action of running the folksy newspaper. "It's not that we didn't have Killer sentenced to gas chamber REDWOOD CITY, Calif. (Reuter) John Linley Fra- zier, 25, convicted murderer of eye surgeon Victor Ohta and four others in October last year, was formerly sentenced here to die in the gas cham- ber. Frazier, a former garage mechanic, was taken immedi- ately to San Quenlin death row where he joins 97 others await- ing execution, including Sharon murderer diaries Man- son. Frazier was convicted of shooting Ohta, 47; his wife, Vir- gina, 41; his too sons Derrick, 12, and Taggart, 11; and Ohta's secretary, Dorothy Cadwal- lader plenty of offers from lots ,of fine young fellers." she said. "But I've decided to hire someone up here lo carry it OJi in the old style and I'll have some leisure- I won't be retir- ing, just slowing down." The man who took the first picture of Prime Minister Tru- dem's son Justin took his wife along for help. And, said Doris Evans, wife of commercial portrait photog- rapher John Evans, Uie baby is "just a pet." The two spent about 1% hours in the nursery at 24 Sussex Drive, official residence of the prime mi.iistcr, taking pictures of the baby Wednesday. They stopped after about 40 shots because both mother, 23- year-old Margaret Trudeau and Justin, were tired, Mrs. Evans said. Senator Hubert H. Humprhcy of Minnesota will formally de- clare Jan. 10 his decision to HUBERT HUMPHREY Count him In seek the 1972 Democratic presi- dential nomination, a spokes- man said in Washington. Humphrey was the Demo- cratic party's 1968 presidential nominee and lost to Republican Richard M. Nixon. Sir Robert Meozies, former Australian prime minister, has been left paralyzed by a recent stroke, his wife, Dame Pattie, said in Melbourne. "He's not very well at she said. "He can't move. He's quite paralyzed." Sir Robert, 77, was admitted to hospital Dec. 2 after a stroke, and Dame' Pattie told reporters she expected him to stay in hospital "for months" yet. Queen's counsels named EDMONTON (CP) Pre- mier Peter Loughsed and Neil Cnwford, minister of health and social development, were among 24 Queen's counsel ap- pointments announced here by the government of Alberta. Attorney general Merv Leitch said 10 of the appointees are from Calgary, nine are from Edmonton and there is one each from Grande Prairie, Hanna, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat and Red Deer. Calgary Thomas J. Duck- worth, Gregory Rice Forsyth, Robert Patrick Fraser, Reg- inald John Gibbs, William Ber- nard Kelly, Mr. Lougheed, Richard B. Love, Robert Mc- Kinley Nesbitt, Donald O'Brien Sabey and Stephen H. Wood. Edmonton Harvey Alexan- der Bodner, George Heginald FRED PRITCIIARD Brosscau, Mr. Crawford, Fran- cis Michael Fcchan, John Thomas Joyce, Tom Mason, William F. McLean, William McKenzie Mustard and James Edward Redmond. The others nre Orcst Walter Gauk of Grando Prairie, Eu- pcno Hush of Hanna, Fred Mellon P rile hard of Lclh- britlfjc, .lames M. Pritchnrd of Medicine lint nnd James Wil- llnm Doamcs of Red Deer. Q11 e c n's counsel appoint- ments nrc announced biennial- ly- The Queen's counsel net nl- lovvs tlic provincial cabinet lo appoint members of Iho Alber- ta bar to serve under the name of "her majesty's counsel, learned in the law, for the Province of Alberta." Australia challenged in trade bid WASHINGTON (Reuter) The United States is preparing lo resume government-financed shipments of wheat and vegeta- ble oils to Egypt after a break of four years, state department officials said here. As part of its trade drive, Uie U.S. signed an agreement with the Soviet Union two months ago to supply feed grains worth million. Tlie Egyptian move follows an agreement under which Cairo will begin this Sunday repaying U.S. loans outstanding when Egypt severed diplomatic rela- tions with the United States in July, 1967. The United States was the major supplier of wheat to Egypt in the 1960s up to 1967, when the sales were stopped with the outbreak of the Arab- Israeli 'war. Since then, Australia, France ant' Italy and, to a lesser ex- tent, Canada have been provid- ing Egypt with almost all wheat import needs. Australian sales have climbed lo more than a million tons a year. Under a recent agreement, Egypt will repay ils U.S. debt of million over seven years, State department officials said even with government credit facilities, it will he diffi- cult for U.S. exporters to rccep- ture their previous share of the Egyptian market, SWITCH TO WALL ST TOKYO (AP) Japanese in- dividual and institutional inves- tors arc buying more foreign stocks following the revaluation of the yen, the newspaper Asahl reports. It snys Japanese placed buy orders for stock listed on Wall Street totalling about million Dec. 20, (he first day nflcr lire revaluation. Subse- quent purchases have remained nl n high Asnlii says. We Are Overstocked By Our Stock Taking is at the end of January and all of this Inventory Must Sold to make way for New Incoming Goods! In most cases 1 only denotes it is a Floor Model! HUMIDIFIERS: 7 ONLYI West Bend portable drum type. Sale Priced at 24-17 FLOOR CARE APPLIANCES 1 ONLYI Hoover Electric Broom Sale price............ I ONLYI Q Hoover Slimline Caniiter Sale price............ 1 ONLYI Hoover 4 position upright Sale price.............- 2 ONLYI Power drive dial-o-matict Sale price 6 ONLY! G.E. Polishers. Sale price............._ 1 ONLY! Regina 3 brush polisher Sale price............ 26-47 64-77 156-27 22-44 42-88 FREEZERS: 2 ONLYI McLary IB foot, aluminum lined Sale priced 1 ONLYI RCA 8 foot, aluminum lined. Sale price 219-77 158.44 LAUNDRY: 2 ONLYI RCA Gas Dryers 1 Avocado Sole..........._.......... 1-Harvest Sale..... 1-77 214-77 1 ONLYI Simplicity auto, washer and electric dryer. Top of the line. Harvest Gold. 77 Sale Price 1 ONLY! RCA auto, washer and electric dryer. White. Sale ._ 1 ONLY! RCA auto, shut off electric dryer. Sale 2 ONLYI Speed Queen elec. dryers. Top of the line. Stainless drums. Sale 1 ONLYI Ther Wringer Washer. Sale 438-44 174-88 5 ONLYI Deafly electric dryers with largest drum in the industry. Sale 10 ONIYI Beatty Washer-Spin dryers. 4 white. Sale Avocado Sals Harvest Sale I ONLY Sanyo washer-spin dryers. Sale 1 ONLYI Hoover washer-spin dryer, with arborito top ind power rinse. Sale 1-77 168-44 199-77 206-77 206-77 128-44 177-84 DISHWASHERS: 2 ONLYI RCA front load. Harvest Gald. Sale Price.................. 1 ONLYI RCA top load. White. Sale Price......------ 1 ONLYI Kelvinator. Front load. White. Sale price 287-.S 267-25 ELECTRIC RANGES: 1 ONLYI Flndlay top of the line. Avocado. Sale........................ 1 ONLY! Gibton. Continuous clean. White. Sale......................... 1 ONLY! Force 110 volt rangette with auto, timer. Harvest. 277-12 268-44 82-88 GAS RANGES: 2 ONLYI Findlay. Continuous clean. White- Sale........................ 289-77 FRIDGES: 2 ONLYI Bealry 13 cu. ft. auto, defrost. White. Sale.................. 5 ONLYI RCA 17 cu. ft. frort free- 4-white Sale........................ 1-Harvest. 299.88 36788 377.88 3 ONLYI McLary 13 cu. ft. frost free. 1-While Al M QQ Sale Avocado Sale...... 1-Harvest Sale..... 2 ONLY! RCA 14 cu. ft: top of line. L.H. white. Sale 325-77 325-77 358-77 5 ONLYI Indesit 10 cu. ft. push button defrost. White. Sale 1 ONLYI Kelvinator 19 cu. ft. fide by White. Sale I RCA 15 cu. ft. side by tide. White. Sale 486-12 STEREOS: 28727 4 ONLYI RCA Wai. Contemporary. Air suspension speakers. Sale...... 3 ONLY! RCA French Provincial- 6 ipeaker. QQA OO Dual changer. Sale............ U 1 ONIYI RCA Spanish Oak. 6 tpeakcr, dual changer, top checked. 1 ONLY) RCA Colonial. 6 speaker garrard II changer. Rec. itwage. 1 ONLYI RCA Wai. contemporary. 10 speak- JPQ7 A A er. Dual changer. Sale 1 ONLYI RCA Wai. contemporary. 6 speak- AA Garrard changer. Sole All 1 ONLYI RCA Mod type. Magenta top. mr A A Sal......................... 1 ONLY! RCA Credenio. 6 ipeaker. 91 jl 77 1 ONLYI Hetrwood. 6 ipeaker, Garrard 900 AA changer. 66" cabinet. COLOR TELEVISION (Consolei) 798.22 1 ONLYI RCA All Transistor Mark 1. 26" Black matrix pic. Sale 2 ONLYI RCA 25" Black Matrix with accu- ff color and AFT. Sale 1 ONLYI RCA colonial. Loaded. "JML 49 Sal. 1 ONLYI RCA 26" Accu-colour. Sale................... COLOR PORTABLES 1 ONLYI RCA If with AFT. Sale............. 4 ONIYI RCA 17" with AFT. Sale............. 422-88 388-77 BLACK and WHITE TELEVISION (CONSOLES) 4 ONLYI RCA 23" with in. start on. Sale................... 20477 PORTABLES: 4 ONLYI RCA 12" duai di-pols Sale................ 1 ONIYI RCA 23" Initont-On. Sal................ 3 ONLYI RCA 19" Instant Scene. Sale 119-77 158-44 134-27 CONVENIENT TERMS AVAILABLE! Open UN p.m. Wedneiday and 9 p.m. Thursday and Friday Nights] Appliances DOWNTOWN 606-408 3rd Ave. S. Phone 327-5767 ;