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The Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - January 22, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta DEATH BASZTURA Passed away suddenly in the city on Satur- day, January 19, 1974, at the age of tt years, Mr. John beloved husband of Mrs. Dorothy Beatrice Basztura of 313 24th Street South, Lethbridge. Born and raised in Poland, the late Mr. Basztura came to Canada in 1927 to Lethbridge, and has resided here until his passing. After being employed with Alberta Steel for 33 years, he retired in 1972 as foreman. He was a member of the Eagles Club and the Miners Library. Besides his loving wife Dorothy, he is survived by two sons, Mr. Dale Basztura of Kitimat, B.C., Mr. Terry Basztura of Toronto, Ontario; one daughter, Mrs. B. M. (Winona) Chalmers, Calgary; three grandchildren; one sister and one brother, both in Poland. The funeral service will be held on Thursday, January 24, 1974 at p.m. in Martin Bros. TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avenue South, with Rev. Ken Jordan officiating. Inter- ment will follow in Mountain View Cemetery. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C681S IN MEMORIAM JOHNSON In loving, memory of a dear mother and grandmother, Inga Johnson, who passed away January 21, 1965. No longer with us our lives to share. But in our hearts you are always there. remembered and sadly missed by your daughters and families. 7312 CARD OF THANKS UNGER I wish to thank all those who visited me, sent flowers and cards while I was a patient in Lethbridge Municipal Hospital. Also, thank you to the nurses on Fourth Floor and the doctors of the Haig Clinic. linger 7337 PERRY My thanks to all who sent flowers, cards and helped in many ways, to lighten the grief and shock of Letty's passing; also the minister for his kindness and help. Please Lord in your mercy, Help Letty up those stairs. To Peace and Rest, and Hopefully find A wee corner to grow her flowers. Mrs. M. E. Perry 7326 YORGASON Words can- not express what is in our hearts. Thanks to the doctors and the nursing staff for the wonderful care they gave our beloved mother and grand- mother. Also to the friends who expressed their sympathy in ways of cards, flowers, food and visits after her passing. Thanks to the Order of the Royal Purple Lodge No. 24 and the L.D.S. Relief Society who served lunch to relatives and friends. Yorgason family C6795 FLOOD The family of the late Jim Flood wish to express their appreciation to all those who sent floral tributes, call- ed and helped during the loss of their dear husband and father. Thanks to Rev. Hankinson, Father Fields and all the Legion boys, pallbearers and honorary pallbearers. Jim Flood work- ed on the C.P.R. as steam Engineer before joining the army in 1943 and going overseas as a heavy duty engineer; on return home he worked as steam engineer in the oil fields; last few years he worked at Lethbridge Laundry until retirement. Left to mourn his loss, his lov- ing wife Ellen; two daughters and several grandchildren. Flood Helen Mayr Bee Lazaruk 7370 Poultry conference Feb. 11-14 Dr. G. 0. Bressler, designer of the world-renowned Bressler Poultry Housing System, will be one of the feature speakers at the 23rd Poultry Industry Conference. Dr. Bressler's topic will be building design as it relates to production efficiency. The conference is scheduled for Feto 11 to 14 in Calgary. Inquest told gas lines mixed 12 days after death January at, 1974 TNI UTHMUOOl HMAL0 23 SUDBURY, Ont. (CP) Anesthetic was coming out of oxygen outlets 12 days after doctors reported they suspected crossed gas lines following the death of a patient, Sudbury General Hospital's chief anesthetist has testified. Dr. Joseph Fyfe told an in- quest Monday he was "floored" by the Sept. 19 dis- covery in four rooms of a new wing, including the one in which six-year-old Catherine Dominic died Sept. 7. "I couldn't believe what I Dr. Fyfe said in the first testimony in six days of hearings that an apparently misconnected section of the gas-supply system had been in use after the death of the girl. The inquest is also investigating 22 other deaths. Catherine was given anes- thetic in the special- procedures room for the setting of a broken arm. Evidence week indicated she died almost immediately after the room's oxygen unit emitted nitrous oxide. The special-procedures room was closed the same day, but a week later an ad- ministrative memo notified the staff that it was reopening. The day of re- opening was not given in evi- dence. ASKED FOR CHECK Dr. Fyfe said he requested Sudbury Coroner Marcel Pre- vost to check the gas system and the gas machine used on the Dominic girl the day after she died. He did this as a "rou- tine matter because an in- quest was to be held." He said he assumed the tests would be made but never followed up on the request. He asked for but received OAKVILLE, Ont. (CP) The attorney-general's office does not plan to extradite an American who, when living here last year, was sent by mistake a bank draft after he had requested Halton regional police said Monday. Police said lawyers for James Garrett, 24, now living back home in Lynchburg, Va., and the Oakville branch of the Bank of Nova Scotia have negotiated a deal for the return of the remaining They said they didn't know the outcome of the talks. They said Garrett, a former Oakville car salesman, spent in two months of travel to Montreal, Los Angeles, Hawaii, Miami and New York. Although Garrett's father in Lynchburg said the bank has "dropped all the po- lice here said they issued a warrant for Garrett's arrest on a charge of theft after the error .was realized and that Garrett risks arrest if he returns to Canada. It all started last October when Garrett was working for Robert Kerr, owner of an Oak- ville car agency. After a day of apartment hunting, the Vietnam war veteran asked his mother in Virginia to send him DRAFT READY The Oakville branch of the bank later told Garrett there was a bank draft for him of The bank, not realizing a mistake had been made by the Chase Manhattan Bank in New York, paid out in Canadian bills and in United States funds. It also gave out a draft for the balance and that was cash- ed in Montreal. A week later the error was realized and police in Oakville issued the warrant for Garrett's arrest. Meanwhile, police in Charlottesville, Va., held a warrant for Garrett's arrest for interstate transportation of stolen goods, involving a Canadian MPs attend conference STRASBOURG, France (CP) A Canadian parliamentary group has arrived here to join parliamentarians from the United States and 17 European countries in a discussion of relations between Europe and North America. Gerald Baldwin, one of the Canadian.members of Parlia- ment who arrived Monday, said the Canadians and Americans will participate in an energy debate to be initiated by a leading representative of the Paris- based Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development The Canadians are treating the Strasbourg meeting as an opportunity to strengthen con- sultation channels with Euro- pean parliamentarians. Baldwin. Progressive Conservative member for Peace River, said he hopes transatlantic consultations can be institutionalized. FIND OLD FORT SAN FRANCISCO (Reuter) The scanty ruins of a fort believed built by English ex- plorer Sir Francis Drake 400 years ago have been found on the California coast about 20 miles north of San Francisco. The two historians who dis- covered the fort, at the small community of Bolinas near what now is known as Drakes Bay, say it probably is the oldest English-built stractare in North America. rental car that allegedly was not returned to an agency. Garrett surrendered to Charlottesville police Dec. 22. Virginia police said he is free on bail on the U.S. charge, which is likely to be heard next week. On the Canadian charge, Virginia police said: "It's up to the Canadian au- thorities and they haven't done anything yet." Services study starts A study of emergency ser- vices rejected last summer for the entire Oldman River region begins this week with an examination of the services in the immediate Lethbridge district. The study, which will also look at library and solid-waste disposal services in the area, is funded by the provincial government's Task Force on Urbanization and the Future and the five municipalities, including the City of Lethbridge, in the study area. Jay Simons, advisor to the project and planner with the Oldman River Regional Planning Commission, the body which initiated the study, said ambulance and fire protection coverage varies widely in the district. Some areas are served by several municipalities, while other areas are not covered at all, he said. The idea for the project came up as the commission staff was working on a draft of the preliminary regional plan and was first proposed for the entire planning region. Municipalities on the commis- sion vetoed the study in August, saying that enough data had been collected and what was needed now was ac- tion. But the city, Lethbridge County, and the Towns of Nobleford, Picture Butte and Coaldale remained interested and it was decided to carry on the study for the smaller area. In a broad sense, Mr. Simons said, the study will be done for the whole region, but will focus primarily on the Lethbridge sub-region. At the end of the nine-month study, recommendations will be made to the municipalities involved on how the services could be improved. Convention set for teachers The Alberta Teachers Association convention for teachers in Southwestern Alberta will be held in Lethbridge Feb. 21 and 22. The convention is designed to provide teachers with the opportunity to discuss new ideas in education, keep in- formed of new developments in various areas of general interest and examine specific subject areas. GOVERNMENT GETS OIL CARACAS (AP) The Ve- nezuelan government will begin receiving barrels a day of crude oil from foreign oil companies operating here as royalty payments effective April 18. The government or- dered the companies to hand over 18 per cent of their royal- ty payments in kind instead of cash beginning in April. Earlier, Dr. Richard Sloan testified he received a memo dated Sept. 14 informing him that the special-procedures room was being brought back into service. He said he believed Catherine was the first patient to be treated in the room where she died. Dr. Fyfe said he was advis- ed that on Sept. 18, four days after the reopening notification, a patient in the room suddenly turned blue when given supposedly pure oxygen to speed his awakening from anesthesia, the same thing that happened to Miss Dominic. When the oxygen mask was taken off the patient's face, he began to recover. DOCTOR BLUE TOO Dr. Fyfe said that on the next day he connected a face mask to the same oxygen out- let and tested the gas on himself. He became dizzy after about five breaths and another doctor told him he was turning blue. Tests the next day showed nitroux oxide present at oxygen outlets in four rooms. Kierans predicts flat year OTTAWA (CP) Canada likely will not experience any real economic growth this year, former Liberal cabinet minister Eric Kierans said in a television interview Mon- day. He said there will not be any real growth in Japan, Europe or Britain this year and no more than one-per-cent real growth in the United States. "So how can we have five-to six-per-cent growth? It's just not possible. I think we're go- ing to be flat this year. "We trade with them so much and there's just no way." Mr. Kierans, now an economics teacher at McGill University in Montreal, said Finance Minister John Turner is basing some of his growth projections on a 21-to 23.5-per- cent increase in capital expen- ditures. He said the figure likely will be 12 to 14 per cent this year. Mr. Kierans, who resigned as communications minister three years ago, said he thinks the minority Liberal govern- ment is doing a better job than if it had been elected with a majority in 1972. "They've at least been open. They've amended a great many of their policies. BOYD'S PHARMACY 1644 Mayor MiirtlRDrim LETHBRID6E 328-3760 _ HIGA'S PHARMACY PINCHER CREEK 627-3195 LINGARD PHARMACY 101 IBikir Strut CRANBROOK 426-4271 _ NORMAN'S PHARMACY 195 DMT Park AVMM KIMBERLEY 427-4544 ODDIE'S CENTRAL DRUGS TABER- 223-2245 STUBBS PHARMACY LETHMMC 328-5512 WESTMINSTER DRUGS 42513tt Street Ntrlt LETMMME 328-7833 ,__ a LAKEVIEW DRUG 1817 Hifif JMfraflt wntt COLGATE TOOTHPASTE S.M. 79 FLINTSTOHES Reg. 100s S.R.P.4.69 3.39 PAMPERS Daytime 30t S.R.P.2.05 1.79 RIGHT GUARD DEODORANT Regular t Powder toz.S.R.M.59 VASELINE INTENSIVE CAt! BATH BEADS 16oi. S.R.P. 1.59 89C DRUG and HEALTH NEEDS BUFFERIN 59 ALKASaTZK 41s SM.1.M.. BROMO SELTZER CCQMMf JM.1.M......... 1 39 BHYIIN COUGH SYRUP Sot. SW.230. 1 29 LISTERINE LOZENGES (U fljion) 77 METAMUCIL 12 01. S.W.3.60..... 139 KOTEX REG. SUPER 129 KOTEX TAMPONS S.K.P.2J9......... 1 89 CLOSE UP TOOTHPASTE Green ttcdIOO ml. 1.29............ 79 LISTERINE 30 01. 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Smt Si JIMf...... 298 SHICK INJECTOR 'Suptr KTOM Ckrant Kidii m. t.w.......... 77 BEAUTY AIDS SOFTIQUE BATH OIL BEADS S1M.77................... 99 SOFT ft DRI DEODORANT 99 ULTRA BAN i 01. ttiriit. Urewttd. Powdit. SW.1.5I............ 21 66 NICE 'N EASY Mftifcs 1 39 tKkttdlMiK CREAM RINSE JJJ.W 66 ClMtl HERBAL ESSBICE SHAMPOO SM. 2.29................... 1 29 RtdwN Hv4nl EGG CREAM SHAMPOO t ii. Off. OHf IM.W............... 66 ADORN HAIR SPRAY 13lI.U> SM.2.M 1 69 Vnbt IKTBISIVE CARE LOTION tin. IM.2.W................ 1 44 PRtPARATIQNS SLIM MINT GUM SJJ.2.25......... 1 39 CONSULT THE YELLOW PAGES FOR THE A.R.P. PHARMACY NEAREST YOU SALE DATE JANUARY 22nd to 26th, 1974 UMH BOYD'S PHARMACY 1644 Mayor Maflrath 32S-37M LETHBAIDQE HIGA'S PHARMACY PINCHER CREEK UNGARD PHARMACY 1011 taker f treat CRANBROOK NORMMrsnURMMY Door Pork Avwwo 427-4M4 KIMBIRLSY ODDK'S CENTRAL DRUG TABER-223-224S STUBBS PHARMACY ISOt. 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