Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 5, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
g THE LITHBRIDGE HERALD -In coma HAGASAKI, Japan (AP) -Masako Nonaka, 32, died Tuesday after lying unconscious tor eight years and three months following a tralfic accident. She gave birth to a baby six January 5, 1972 8 years after 'Jie accident while still unconscious. Her divorced husband and her daughter, seven-year-old Maki, were unable to make it to her death bed, hospital officials RECRUITS DtGBY, N.S. (CP) Sx young Eskimo recurits, the largest group of Canada's northern natives to pass through the Canadian Forces training school at nearby CFB Cornwallis, recently completed basic ALMONTE, Out. (CP) -The phantom barber struck again. Taffey Lee, 21, was forced Into a car Monday, driven to a secluded lane, ordered barber strikes of the car and her abductor sheared hsr shoulder-length locks. Miss Lee was left stranded In the lane about a mile north of this torn, 33 miles southwest of Ottawa, and had walk back to town. There was a similar Incident- at nearby Pakenhani, Ont., in November and police suspect that the bearded barber was the same man In both f OSHAWA, Cut. (CP) General Motors of Canada Ltd. paid in awards to employees for almost suggestions last year, company president John D. Baker said Tuesday. The company has paid off than million to during the last five yean for suggestions that resulted la material savings, improved quality, product safety, housekeeping, manufacturing and In-plant safety procedures. Coffee lovers speak as one. When ,1 people talk coffee, the word is Nabob. The flavor of this famous blend- created exclusively for Western tastes, makes it the No. 1 ground coffee in Canada. Its fresh roasted goodness is guaranteed by an airtight poly liner in each package. Its quality never varies, pound after pound after pound. The final touch premium coupons for attractive giffs. For real coffee value, reach for Nabob.