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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 19, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, January 19, 197J _ THt UTHBRIDGE HERAID 25 einonaml Turner given advice from every direction BIRTH CHPJSTENSEN tnilcd N z v y captain Tern Christensen and Its. ChrisTen- sen proudly solute a tend on their Browning. Mon- tana deck a daughter. Dica Paige, bom January 4. 1973. a: Kalispell. A sister for Travis and a for Mrs. Leora Christensen o! Levan. Uiah. and Mrs. Vena of Lethbridge. 5S13 DEATHS THIIS Passed en Thursday. January IBi.h. 1973. Marjorie I. Thiis. of Kekaha. Kauai. Survived by her hus- band William and or.e sister Mrs. George Young of Leth- bridge. Cremation. In lieu of. flowers, donations msv be made to the Cancer Fund. SQVAREK Nick Sr.. belov- ed husband of Margaret Squar- e's (Blastm1 of Hiflcreit. pass- ed away in the Pajs General Hospital on Wednes- day. January 17. 1073. a: ase 66 He ivas bom ;n Yartinnr. Paluay. sire on May 6. isoc. The hie Mr. Squarek came to Canada in 191: settling in Hillcrest where he has resided since. He was a member of the M W.A the HiUcrest Mir.ers' Cub. He was predeceased by his mother and father in 1961. one broi'ner Pete in 1E60 and sisier Ksy ia 195S. Besides his wife, he is survived by three sons. and Nick of Hilicrest sr.d Bob of Edmonton: r.vo daughters, Mrs. John OsadEs of Blairrnore ard Squarek of Calgary. no broth- ers. John o: Dan of HilicreS: wo sisters. Mrs. M. fAnne' Miiiuse-r o: Ki'Irrpsr and Mrs. Steve Senaiso of Windsor. Ontario, aixi cigh; grandchildren will "be Slid in St. Cyril's Catholic Church in Be'.levue on Friday (tonighti at p.m. Rsquien'i MESS will be celebrated in St. Cyril's Catholic Church in Bel'e- vue on Saturday at a.m. Interment to follow ir, (he crest Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, persons wishing may donate to the Dr. Aielio Memorial Fend, care P: "v h e CroHTses; Pass Ger.eral Hos- pital, Blairmo.-e. Please rna.-k donations "Ln rneiv.orv o: Nick Squarek." FA.NTIN CHAPELS LTD., is in _ __ _ O5T11 PUBLIC NOTICES DEATHS r.UMAX Louis, passed in the city on Tuesday. January 1973 at the age of To years, beloved husband oi Frances Human of 1815 6ili iAve. X. Funeral services will 1 be held in the Christensen Chapel on Saturday. January si p.m., H-ilh Mr. McKee officiating. Inter- will follow in [he Moun- View Cemetery. CHHIS- .TF.NSEN SALMON FUNERAL [liOME LTD., Directors of Fu- Service. C6712 DEATH R1HIE Nellie, passed away suddenly in Raymond on Thurs- day, January IBlh. 1973. at the age of 71 years, beloved wife of Horace Ririe oi Magrath. Fu- neial arrangements will be an- nounced when completed. CHRISTENSEN SALMON FU- HOVE LTD., Directors ct Funeral Service. C6713 BYRNE Passed away sud- denly in Edmonton on Thurs- day. January 18, 1973. Mr. R.-ilph John Byrne, si the age c; 65 years, beloved husbacd of Mrs >Iildred Byrne of 505 15th Si. S. Bom in Deer River. Min- nc-scta. the late Mr. Byrne WES raised and educated ia Minne- sota and Saskatchewan ar.d came to Lehbridge in 1S33. He worked for a few years as a machine agent in Raymond be- fore returning to Lethbridge where he vra's a welX known oarage proprietor 'or mir.y ycurs pr.or to pining she o: Michael's Hospital. Be- sides his loving wife he is sur- vived by two sons. Mr. Dennis Byrne of Eximomon. .Mr. Wil- liam Byrne of Ottawa; two Durge of Calgary. Miss Diaie Byrne cf Calgary: four grand- children; one sister. Mrs. Ger- trude Byer of Merritt, B.C.: four brothers. Messrs. Martin Byrne ci Pasco. Washington. Robert Byrne of Fraser Lake. B.C.. James Byrne of Ottawa and Jutiee Frank Byrne of Leih- Vrdiie. Prayers will be said on Sunday al 7 p.m.. in St. Pat- rick'; Catholic Church. Re- quiem Mass will be celebrated en Mo.Tday at 10 a.m.. in St. Patrick's 'Church, with Rev-. Fairer M. Gillis O.M.I- ce> brE2- Mount Calvary sec-tion. Mountain View Ceme- tery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. TRA- DITIONAL CHAPEL. 61! 3rd Avenue S. Phoae 328-1361. MAR- TIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. CS716 CARDS OF THANKS CA.MPBELL I would like to thank friends and neighbors for the cards and other acts of kindness shown me during the recent bereavement of my bro- ther, Mr. Darid W. Campbell. A. (Nettie) Gardiner 5375 JASMAX Mrs. Margaret has now been moved to t h e Auxiliary Hospital. Sincere thinks to the dcc.ors nurses it MJ.r'23l's for their marr.' and won- derful X'" World the :Kh Bat- r- He retirfd seivrsl years _'o _ aco Mr. Rar.r.arri was a '.'.to "'3'' n-cr.ilvr of ihe Masor.-c Lodce No. 39. Ihe Canadian Legion AN and AF. Besides his loving wife he is survived by or.e ?on. Mr. Bob Rannard of New York: one dauchior. Mrs. M-iriorie Famier of Texas: f- three frrnndd-iucbters: one grandson, one sister. Mrs. .v! i.K--T f-s M.irie Skelton. and ot-.e broth er. Mr. Bert Rannard. both of Lethbririee. The funeral ser- held Saturday sl -1 P-m" in Bros. Tra- ditional Chapel, RI2 3 Avenue S.. with Rev. Canon R. W. Cowan Iiitermoty. will follow in Moiuitain View -..i' Cometcry Friends may their respects a; Martin Bros. T, TRADITIONAL ClIAPEI., Si; 3 .Avenue S. Phono S28 2361. M.MITIN BROS. LTD Direc- tors of Fiuieral Service. C6715 ".e C E-; OTTAWA (CP Tne minor- ity Liberal government snd the Progressive Conservative Oppo- sition wil have equal represen- tation on the 17 Commons com- this session Tviti the e.v ception of (he agriculture com- mittee. in the com- ira? ar.ounced Thurs- dy. Oti none cf them will the government have a majority. !9 members, ihe breakdoKTi ml! be eight Conservatives, eight Liberals, two New Democrats aid one Social Credit. Where there are 30 members thf- is ard two. respectively. In 12- member committees it be five. five, one and one. T.VJS there rr.r.y bs juggling OTI somt? committees for elec- o; canco; o.e to bre.'ik a tie. The Conservatives ar.d Liber- als may be reittctsr.t to name chairman anJ thus give the other party mar. advantage. li'.o ai! legMaiior. that is given second rer.rlir.i: in tiio Commoits. Bo- cause tho orr.nioDt does not a the opposition !v in a good po- sitroti to legislation' in the coriitntltc-j c.Avr rr SKAT Oti the asTicui'.-Jre committee [he Liberals up one of ihcir seats so that Rock LaSalla ilni-.loliette1 could have a seat. Mr. Lafalle is a former Con- servative. Some of the committees whoro tJu1 more important gov- ernment legislation is to be "con- sidered nro finance, health, jus- tice, and lalw. manpower and The justice committee will do..! with government legisla- tion ralltug tor an extension of Ihe partial on capital pun- ishment Includenl or, it are Gordon Fairweather iPC-Fundy-Royal'. Cor-servative justice critic and an opponent of hanging, and El- don Wo.Vli.ims (PC Calgan- Norllr who does not want to abolish capital punishment en- tirely. i Erik 1 Csnssn-arive soL'ciror general is no: on the committee. James McGrath (PC-St. John's East1, who has been strongly critical of the govern- ment's manpower and unem- ployment insurance policies, is intMided en te labor acd marj- [Xiwer comminee. as is Paddy Neale i NDP-Vancouver East a BridsJi Columbia labor leader. Marchand (L-Kamloops-Ca- Wally Finii iNDP Ncrtb- vrosr Territories', a Meris. Len Marcriarid i riboo1. r.n Iniic-. ire on In- cirm ard ror'heir. opment 'Horn eo LeSla-c rr.orland-Ker.t a former assist- ant ;o Prime Minister Truceau. ts a member of the fisheries and forestry coriimitteo. Amrrng those on the agrieul- ture commitee are Mr. March- arid arid Douglas Stewart of also in Trading suspended on Proflex V.ANCOn'ER (CP1 Tlie Vancouver Stock Exchange Tu- esday halted traclir.i: h e shares of Calgary-based Pivf'-ox Ltd.. following a 10-day suspen- sion o: subsidiary Pelorcx Corp. of Buffalo on the New York market. A spokesman for Oairdner and Co.'s Calgary branch, spon- soring broker of Froflex. said he understood was sus- pended because o' the recon; trading pattern. The slock re- cently moved up strongly from about to about SlfO. with latest trading .11 about SS5. The New York suspension oflustxi a selling wave in Pro- flex at, main market for the Calgary parent com- pany. I We reserve the right to limit quantities 10 normal family purchas-ei VALUES EFFECTIVE l closing. Sntuiday, Jan. 20, Open Doily 9 o.m. to 6 p m. Thun. and Fri. 9 c.m. to 9 p.m. 420 6th Si. S. "Downtown" PLAIN or SALTED SODAS Purity.......................... 50-lb. net wl. bag Weston's................ 16-oi. net wl. TOMATO or VEGETABLE Clark's 10 fl. ez. tins LAUNDRY DETERGENT 5 Ib. net wl. pkg................... APPLS AND STRAWBEftRY JAlM REGAL 48 fl. ox. tin ASSORTED FRUIT NABOB COFFEE lb pl, "L" BRAND SOFT A DRINKS AUENS f MARGARINE ,.lb.nefwt.tub 4 48 OI. tins J for f, BANQUET FROZEN SOUIRREl MEAT PIES PEANUT BUTTER 48 a tin 1-09 SIDE BACON RANCH BRAND THICK SLICED 1-lb. cov. pkg BEEF STEAKEHES MJ. 59 3ULK ORANGES VALENCIA SWEET AND JUICY 4 Canada Grade A. Whole, frying or roasting, 3-ib. ov.......... Ib, Chickens Cooked Hams Pork Shoulder Roast Fresh, leon, hock on Ib. ;