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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta THII jkanM, 4 trlemoriami BIRTHS SHANKS Mr. and Mrs George Shanks are pleased to announce the bixih of their daughter, Kyla Rae, 9 Ibs. 10 oz. bora January 19, at p.m. 1972. 5973 Howard and Carol Anne announce the birth of their son, Jeffery Neil (5 Ibs 14 ozs.) on December 30, 1871 Proud grandparents Mr. am Mrs. Les Hewlett, Lethbridge and Mr. and Mrs. E. Johnsrude, Weyburn, Sask. 5883 DEATH SALES Wendesday, Jan uary 19, 1972, George Alfred aged 74 years, beloved husband of Mrs, Genevieve Sales, Vulcan. Services at St. Aldhelm's Anglican Church, Vulcan, Saturday 2 p.m., the Rev. Prince officiating. Inter- ment, Vulcan Cemetery. VUL- CAN FUNERAL HOME, in charge of arrangements. C9707 FUNERAL ONOFRVCHUK Funeral service for Mrs. Varvara (Vera) Onofrychuk, beloved wife of the late Peter Onofry- chuk, who died in the city Sun- day, Jan. 9, 1972 at the age of 78 years, was held at 10 a.m., Wednesday, Jan. 12 in the St. Peter and St. Paul Greek Cath- olic Church with Hev. Father R. Zuback officiating. Pall- bearers were Joe Csaki, Casey Silvius, Mike.Onofrychuk, Don- ald Onofrychuk, Barry Onofry- chuk and Ron Watt. Interment was in the St. Patrick's Cem- etery. Martin Bros., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. FUNERAL BROWN Funeral service for Margaret (Maggie) Brown who died at Taber Monday January 17, 1972 at the age o BO years, was held at p.m Thursday in the Knox United Church In Taber with Rev Kenneth Morris officiating Pallberarers were George Hubert Pyne, Jack Goruk, Steve Kryzwaski, Ian Laing and Jack Barton, biter ment was in the Tabsr Memo- rial Garden. Humphries Funer al Home Ltd. ,Taber, Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. CARD OF THANKS BLAIR We wish to extend our deepest and most sincere thanks to those who sent flowers cards and contributions; to those who visited and to those who supplied and served lunch in Calgary and at Acadia Val- ley; also to those who helped in caring for the children and to Mr.andMrs.Harley Murphy who so graciously opened their home and took care of Archie's rela- tives when they arrived. Many thanks to all the friends and neighbors who gave their help so freely in (his time of loss and sorrow. Blair and the boys; Mrs. Mabel Meers; Stan, Ken, Hazel, Mervin, Keith, Joyce and Gilbert; Mrs. Cora Blair; Bob, Ken and Jim. 5946 IN MEMORIAM CHAPMAN In loving mem- ory of a dear husband, father and grandfather, Murray Chap- man, who passed away Janu- ary 21, 1971. lovingly remembered and sadly missed. The family. 5936 IN MEMORIAMS LITTLE In loving reman brance of my dear brother Alex, who left ua January 21 1065. missed by sister Margaret. 6974 PETERSON In loving memory of a dear grandmoth- er, Mrs. Celena Peterson, who passed away January 18, 1971 remembered by Pat Mike and Donna; great grandchildren Cindy, Jo- ACJI, Michael, Shelley and Tratey. 5M9 JOHNSON In loving mem ory of a dear mother tod grand- mother, Inga Johnson, who passed away January 21, 1965. Always a lonely heartache Often a silent tear But always a beautiful mem- ory Of one we loved so dear. remembered, sadly missed by her daughters and families. 5935 Deaths Yesterday By THE CANADIAN PRESS New York-Michael Rabin, 35, a violin virtuoso who made his Carnegie Hall debut at the age of 14, in his apartment ap- >arently of an epileptic seizure. New Chapman, 71, drama critic for the New York Daily News for more than 25 years and president of the w York Drama Critics Circle from 1M9 to 1951. Gerard Si- nard, 88, of Quebec Sessions Jourt, who prior to retirement m 1967 became known as a sup- porter of rehabilitation of the young through trades training >rograms. YM-YWCA PRESENTATION In recognition of YM-YWCA week Jan. 17-23, Prime Minister Trudeau occepti an honorary membership presented to hii ion Jujlin by (left to right) Gordon Kirk of Peterborough, Ont., Jo-Jo Carrier of Quebec and Margaret Rogers of Montreal. Mr. Trudvau wai given a logging guit. Fickle finger of fate gets passengers GREAT FALLS, Mont. (CP) The fickle finger of fate has badgered passengers of an Ed- monton co-op charter flight since they left London, Eng- and for home. It made its presence felt by way of the air traffic control- ers' strike, which forced the charter aircraft to land here early Thursday night. The frus- trated group then was loaded on buses for Edmonton, but near-blizzard conditions in Montana prompted the high- way patrol to turn them back. They have been put up in a ocal motel and weather and tie fickle finger permitting, ney were to try again this morning. Jilted woman gets in court damage action MONTREAL (CP) A Mont- r had "acted wHi extreme era real divorcee was awarded in damages Thursday in a suit against a Vancouver man who jilted her after promising marriage. The 44-year-old office clerk met the man through an adver- tisement in the German-lan- guage newspaper Kourier in February, 1969. Three months later he proposed marriage, she flew to Vancouver to get her engagement ring and in Septem- ber he called the whole thing off. The "regrets" came by mail after the woman has given up tier job and her apartment in Montreal and was preparing to go to the West Coast to help arrange the wedding. In his Superior Court judg- ment, Mr. Justice Francois Au- clair ruled that the man, a Van- couver government e mpkryee, The Big Mail-out has begun. elly, and without the shadow of justification he committed breach of promise to marry." He awarded the woman for "humiliation" and "loss o marital for a nervous breakdown she suf fered, for loss of employ ment and fringe benefits, for a weekend trip to Vancou- ver, and for cancellation ol the apartment lease. SUES FOR The woman had sued the man, divorced and with grown-up daughter, for Mr. Justice Auclalr said both parties were refugees from East Germany. The woman had come here in 1956 to join her brother, who arrived from West Germany two years earlier. Her parents settled in the Vancouver area in 1969. The long-distance romance began with the newspaper ad, inserted by the Vancouver man who was seeking a female ac- quaintance. "During the following months the said acquaintance developed into deep Headship. Finally, in April and May, 1969, (lie defend- ant proposed marriage to the plaintiff verbally by phone and in writing." Then in a Sept. 8 letter be of- fered his regrets, saying he had decided "we should not force each other together." Instead, be had met a former girl friend "during the last four days" and had "decided on her." Tax reform legislation has been approved by Parliament and is now law. What does tax reform riiean to you? How will it affect you? To answer these questions, the Department is conducting a massive national mailing program. Booklets are now being printed and mailed to all tax- payers as quickly as they come off the press. The complete mailing will be finished in about four weeks. All taxpayers will receive at least two "Highlights for Individuals" and "Valuation These should provide answers to most of your questions. Some taxpayers will receive additional informa- tion, according to their specific needs. Read your booklets. Afterwards, if you have questions, ask us. We'll be glad to help. You will find that your booklets will make it easier to file your income las return in 1973, because they will help you to prepare now. Revenue, national, Taxation hnpot B.C. reels under bad weather VANCOUVER (CP) Winter weather dealt British Columbia a resounding blow Thursday and left residents of many areas of tbe province working to re- pair wind, ice and snow damage tod to restore communicatioD and power links. Either stww or freezing rain was forecast for all ttn trouble! regions. The upper Praser Valley was one of the areas hardest hi Thursday as high winds, heavy snow and freezing rain bore down on hydro and telephone lines and reduced road and rai travel to a minimum or none al all. NO ELECTRICITY A wide area of B.C.'s Peace River country was also without electricity for up to 20 minutes Thursday after a failure some- where south of Hudson's Hope. Hundreds of telephones were out of service in the Fraser Val- ley and Fraser Canyon and long service to Hope, Yale, Boston Bar and Princeton was cut. The CNR's eastbound passen- ger train returned to Vancouver after leaving Thursday and was expected to try another depar- ture early today. CP Rail hid an eastbound passenger train waiting about 40 mites east of Vancouver for tbe canyon track to be plowed clear while a westbound passenger train, already delayed 12 hours, was stopped at North Bend In the canyon across the Fraser River fiom Boston Bar. In eastern B.C., the Rogers Pass section of the Tims-Can- ada Highway was closed by a slide and Highway 6 was closed 30 milea northwest of Nelson due to slides. Greyhound Bus Uoes Thurs- day cancelled all departures for UK east because of the elides. The company reported four buses stranded at Manning Park on the Hope-Princeton, tw at Boston Bar and two at Cache Creek, north of the can- yon. WEEKEND SPECIALS at CENTRE VILLAGE ITOM HOMIi Omlhf 9 m.m. t. t p.m. Thurtdoy unt p.m. MARTENS COALDALE PRICES EFFECTIVE UNTIL CLOSING SATURDAY, JANUARY SJnd, 1972 TABLERITE LITE PORK LOIN CHOPS or ROAST RIB OR BUTT END TABLEXITE bondtii Ib, TABLERITE Pork Roasts SWIFTS PREMIUM Applewood Loin pork' Side Baconlaiy Maple NABOB COFFEE 15c COUPON Mb. bag Peanut ]M Jelly Powders Nab8b3.zPkfl. Lunch Dog Food RedTcp.... Tomato Soup OI ,in, CATELLI MACARONI DINNERS 7M-OI. pkg. 7il.oo snk Toilet Tissue Beans with Pork c -no Top Valu 14 fl. 01. tin 0 for I Pineapple Evap. Milk 5- APPLES CANADA FANCY McINTOSH Ib. OrangesFanty 12 1-00 CENTRE VILLAGE AND MARTENS COALDALE CENTRE VILLAGE IGA ALSO FEATURES FREE DELIVERY! WI RESnvt THI RIGHT TO 1MIT OUANTiniS ;