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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 31, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta .JJeathl, rj, emoriainA Massive drug probe launched by Ottawa Widntidoy, Jonuory 31, _ THE LETHBRIDOE HERALD 23 I i Nixon favors Connally for presidential bid DEATHS CARD OF THANKS George lionkman, ROTH I wo-jld like to ex- DEATHS LEPP Pissed away in Coaldale on Sunday. January pissed away in a Calgary press 2B. 19T3, following 3 brief ill-1 pitu on Tuesday. January 30, Doctors, ness, Mrs. Agatha Lepp age of 84 years of Coaldal loved wife of the late of Lethbridge. j ard H19A-1 Py JEFF CARRUTHERS Herald Ottawa Bureau Within each classification, all view the most-used ingredients OTTAWA Tire Henry Lepp. The funeral ser- vice 'will be held on Saturday at 2 p.m., in the Mcnnonite Conference Church, with Rev. Peter Retzlaff officiating. In tsrraent will follow in the Coal- dale Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects in the church on Satuiday from 1 MOOIIE Richard, passed away in Cardston on Wednes- day January 1973 at the age of years. Fungal arrange- ments will be announced when co mp! eied CHRJSTEN'- the members of groups oi chemicals nil! then be studied. !For example, the analgesic my sincere Thanks to the! health department is launching panei w iu not just study ASA rs, Nurses and Sisters at a two-year. sW-millicn review of j jj the In reviewing the uses and problems with each ingredient. the panels will also be con-. covered a number of products friends for tte masses. non-prescnpuon drugs now cen.sd major in whjch wre potenliaUy 50.d in Canada. _ mixing certain ingredients, and others which were sot ef- Tne firs panel oi the non-gov-; [ter jDteniimaiiy fr me preps- (erms Oj what was einment medical experts wno ratjon or unintentionally when a claimed on the labels will do the scientific review for j paaeDt two different prod-, Calladian Omcials ejrptct to ucts. uncover some, though relatively Initially, the panels will re- fewer, problems in Canada. By JOHN BERBERS New York Times Service President N'ixon told a recent visitor that prayers, flowers, cards and I visits. i K. Roth. 64151 p.m. until just prior to the ser-! SEN" SALMON" FUNERAL MARTIN BROS. LTD., I HOME LTD.. Directors of Fn- Directors of Funeral Service, j neral Sen-ice. C6938 IRELAND Passed away in FAHSTAD Passed away the city on Monday. January in Calgary on January 29th, 29. 1973, following a brief ill-L 1973, Mrs'Ruth Hulda FarstEd. ness. Mrs. Janet Hays Ireland, j at the age of 62 years of 2418 at the age of B7 years of 505 11 Avenue A. S." Lethbridge, 7th Avenue S.. beloved wife of; beloved wife of the late Mr. the Jate Mr. Norman Ireland. Aksel Farstad. Funeral ar- The funeral service will be', rangements will be anounced held on Thursday at 1 p m.. in j wh e D completed. MARTIN Martin Bros. TRADrTION'AL BROS. LTD.. Directors of Fu- CHAPEL. 812 3 Avenue S., j neral Service, with Rev. Dr. R. W. K. Elliott I C6939 officiating. Interment will fol- low in (be Family plot Moun- lain View Friends pay their respect? PI Mnr- tin Bros. T K A D I T IONAL CHAPEL S12 3 Avenue S. Phone MARTIN" BROS. LTD Directors of Fu- High-Rise rescue plan the government has just been established by the federal j heskh department. It consists I o: doctors fiom all regions in Canada. And the first results of the ex- tensive review will be made public this summer, according to Minister Marc La- lor.de. i It promises to answer a num- ber of thorny questions for both doctor and patient and, in the case of over-the-counter prepa- rations, of the millions of Cana- dians who take advantage of modem self-medications. The questions answered could and the chemicals for which do- sage is most eriiical. Even John" E. Conally, tuaily. tne government official; i ms former treasurv secretary. hope to cover all ingredients of an Re- all drugs sold in Canada. i publican presidential candidate A similar review of drugs in in 1976. according to high Re- the L'nited States recently un-! publican sources. In the conversation Et the vVhite House, the president understood to have indicated his preference for Conntliy. a tirae in the future, of both Sec- President Aenevr. a Republican, retary of State William P. Bog- right wing of the party. ers and Henry A. Kissinger, the At the siine time, presidents chisf foreign policy of Agnew say they fear Uisi the adviser. I N'Liori MTu'te House is moving (to place Conrally in line for the i 1976 presidential nomination ahead o[ the vice-president 1 RESIGNATIONS SEEN According to these sources, the supporters of Agnew in the administration believe that Conna'Jy --rill be brought beck inio the Xiion cabinet as sec- retary of slate. They believe this will take place afier tha eirpecied resignations, so ma suggested EDMONTON (CP) Facili- ties to allow landings by heli- copters should be mandatory for all high-rise buildings in Canada, the Alberta Aviation Co-jneil said today. Tne council's directors, in a include' thai mouth- statement, said such facilities are necessary for rescue pur- i poses in serious fires or other emergencies and recently neral Service. C6S61 wash really kills the germs that j cause bad breath, as the ads claim: wnetber common bead- ache pills have any potentially STVRTEVAVT Passed sway suddenly in N'ew Dayton. Miss Marilyn lone Sturtevar.t. a: the age of 21 beloved c.aughier of Mr. and Mrs. Don- f.'id E. Stunevani of Foremost. Born in Lelhbridge. the Iste Sturtevant was educated in Mashasin and Milk River rind was a siudcn' at Leth- bridse Coilece ct ihe lime of ems she is ?urver] by her Darwin H T..' l-.er grar.dmcther. Lillian ScuitevaEt o; Lethhridge and several aunts and uncles The funeral service be held rn Friday 1 p m. in Martin Eros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 1Kb SI. with Rev. Walter Schoepp ofiicir.t i n g. Irternipnt follow in the family plot Archraourt Memnrir 1 Friends may pay their rerpects p.t Martin 'Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL. 703 13th N. Phone 32S--61. MARTIN' BROS LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C6962 ?CIiL'LER Tuesday. Jan- uary 30. 1973. Mrs. Margaret Schuler. aged SO years, belov- ed wife cif Mr. Hugo Schuler. Ciaresholrn. Alberts, passed away at the Claresholni Gener- al Hospital following a brief illness. Mrs. Schuler is also survived by three daughters. Mrs. Forrest Fenuc. Mrs. Lome (Elsai Houck and .V'-i. Jo? (Ester) Weerstra all c: nvo sons. Cres'.on. "B.C. ar.d Raymond. CHRISTEXSEN SALMON" FU- Clsresholm: 15 grandchildren XERAL HOME LTD.. Directors grca: grandchi-'cren. of Funeral Service. Also by a siser in Germany. C6957 Born in she came to Ca3x-da in i9is to Winnipeg. Marjtoba where she married and in 1916 moved to the i Claresho'jn where she with her husband and tren moved irto the Town o! Careshoim in Sohuler was a membe.- o: the Clares- holm Golden Age Club. Ser- vices at Clare.-hoLTi Vaited Church Thursday. p.m.. 1 Rev H Frarcis Yfrdley: Crercstion. If de- cor.U'ibitiions may be made to charity c: vour ci-riw LEYDEN'S KOJ.'FS LTD Cl'.rfS holm' B.-i-ch of Scnices. CS936 buildings in Orleans and Rio de Tr.ey said a survey of Ed- monton and Calgary showed jihat helicopter landings on the roofs oi most tall structures would be virtually impossible because service facilities pro- trude nish above the roofs of the buildings. "We believe building stan- dards in Alberta and Canada should be malting a clear area or small hclicport proved valuable in fires in tall serious side-effects, such as damaging the as one in- gredient is suspected of doing; cr whether taking certain anti- biotics in combination with other drugs cculd cause 2 harmful reaction or interaction. Li an interview. Dr. W. G. Cpssebnan. bead of the health department's drugs directorate, explained that the scientific panels will focus on the claims ana effectiveness o; scne XO I n-.sin ingredients oi drugs. rather than the estimated 22.000 on lop of high-rise mandatory." i -The directors said such land- ins pad? could b? elevated j above cxistirg service facilities at a reasonable cost. MORNING OWL Ma-ie. oi the Blood Reserve. aw ay m Calgary on Sun- day. January :3th. 1973 at the rge of 12 years, beloved daueh- ter of Mrs. Margaret Morning Owl of the Blood Reserve. Teer.a was bor-i m Wasiiington on 25. 1960. She Vas a student at the Lee Creek Edu- cations! Centre. She leave; to mourn her passing besides her bg mother, two brothers, ;k Ciiarles and Clifford: and a sister. Debra Ann. all at home; Louise Panther Biine. her grandfather. Tom Morning Owl: nine aunts snd three uncles. She was pre- deceased by her father. Roger Morning Owl. Requiem Mass will be said in the St. Mary's Catholic Church on Thursday. February 1st at 10 a.m.. with J. Regruer as ce.'efrrsK. Interment will follow in the Blood Band Cemetery. Pray- will be said in St. Merv's TeiTor i_ in Ulster BELFAST (Reuterl Tne body o! a young man was found dumped beside Northern Ire- land's main highway fifth victim of sectarian terror in the last 36 hours. Earlier today the body of Catholic youth, his head cov- ered by a hood, was found in a parking lot on the southern out- skirts of Belfast. Both killings came within hours of an announcement by the militant Protestant Ulster Defence Association (UDA) that it is abandoning a three-week I campaign to stop i murders in Ulster. structures (prescription end non-pre- j scription drugs. j He noted that many of the ic- j gredients are found in both pre- scrio'.ion and nos-prescription j produces. And by focussing on the constituer.ts instead of the j i generic or brand-name types, thre government will be able eu- phemisiicaDy to kill two birds with one review. i Dr. CssESlmaa also noted that i there is not the scientific man- j power available in Canada to i review the thousands of individ- i ua! products Within the next few weeks. I some sis to eight sub-panels will be organized. The non-gov- ernmeat scientific members of each pEnel will concentrate on reviewing fications oi gesics agulants. therapeutic classi- drugs. such as anal- 'rs) or anti-cc- Jacob tra all Catholic Church on Wednesday, 1 ,_ 1 Karry, January 31st .this evenincX clcClcll oldthners B.C. plans oil price legislation CARDS OF THANKS MANTLER My sincerest thanks to all my friends srd re- for thei; rlowers. etc. fol'cwLng accideoi. A SMci.il thsnk you to the docto and staff a St. ifichsel'; 1 MCTORLV (CP1 Premier 1 Dave Barrett announced Tues- i day his government plans legis- 1 laticn to set up a price review I board over the petroleum in- N'OBLEFORD fHXSl -Jac- J dustry in British Columbia ob Dekker recently was ejected Oy companies wmild have c b a i r m a n of the Barons- to submit proposed price in- Noblefcrd Monarch Senior j creases to ttts board for ap- 1 Manlier XVGENT We wi5h to ex- prses our sincere thanks to O'Jr friencs sr.c. hs'.ptd us in during our reccr: Your visits, messages of Citirens Club. proval, be said He replaces the late C h r i s j The announcement came s. Peterson who died to Decem-! after Mr. Ban-ett met her. with oil company executives to Also replacing the late Mrs. i ask them to voluntarily roll Hos- G 1 a d v s Koiinev is secretary j oil and eas price increases Mrs. Helen Bowden. imposed two weeks ago. Sorinkle was later elect-: -j also indicatpd to a' ed secretary. Uie time that if there wasn't a Treasurer's report was given by Xrs. Mary Butcher and the minutes of the December mect- were read and More'.y Rcelrf introduced Mr. 6397 DVl'K sway in Coa'daie on Tuesday. January 3u. 1973. Mrs. Annie Elizabeth Dyck. at the o: 51 years. Iv.'ouvi v.ife of Ki-an'k lijm of Coaliiale. Born in Crimes. S. Russia, the Iste Mrs. Dvck csme 10 Ccialdsle m 1930. She .emduatcd as a R.N. in ar.d nursed in Coal- dale and at Si Michscl's Hos- until her marriage in She is survived by her loving husband and by three sons, Messrs. David Pyck. o( ri.'le. John Dyck and Werner Di.-i. Koth of Lethbridge: two usupners. Mrs. .Elvcra1 E. Gauger of Tolwio. Ohio. Miss Catherine Dyck of Edmonton: nine grandchildren: one sisier. Mrs. iTinal D Jsn7on of Ni- agara on the Lake. Ontario, and two brothers. Messrs. Cornelius Arv.'do. P.Q. :nci Georjo C. V.'all of Coaldaie. The funeral terv.co will be held on Friday p.m.. in Ihe Co.iljalo .Men- ar.d be gifts of iocxi will remembered with Tne family oi the Iste Mrs. U Nugent. Tee family of the S. Wicrsma wish to ex- press tiianks to all Lheir friends and for UK voluntary rollback I was consid- ering ordering a said the premier. "A week went by and ail of the oil companies separately in- i Omens, nvordina tor of senior they weren't" in a poxi- i citizens groups. Tnen Mr. Roel- Lion to roll'hack prices of gave a report of the esecu- The companies-Imperial. live meeting held recently a'. Gulf. Standard ar.d told home of Mrs. Lillian Plomp. lum their prices were justified. Tr.t1 senior citi7ens group of he said. Piccture Butte sent an inviia- Tne premier said he wxiuld not order a return to [omier price levels on gas and fuel oil. altbousn tlie government has the power to do so under the Petroleum Sales Act of 194S. an lion to the BNM Group for its ofi'icinl opming of the Drop-In Centre on Feb. 17 The for the Heritage of Canada son; a letter inviting the groups to join them con- act by ihe legislature n cerning increased communicn- but never formallv proclaimed Howers. cards an.-, sent to tions between senior citirsns of as law. oar bone. A syeoial ihanks to Reverend J. Chaprran and the doctor, to the and to the ladies who served the lunch. We are so grateful to all who heljied in so many ways during tne loss of our liusbarei ?nd fallier. Riu, Jack. Anna, Simon Jr. FRITZ would like to px- pivss oLir heni'tfrit [hanks nnd he-rifclt nrp-reci.'.'.ion to tlw d.vtors. tile nurses in care. Bi.ikr An.loi-son. and Canada. Tliis was tabled until the next meeting. The February meeting will be held in the Monarch School aud- itorium Feb. IS at 2 p.m. Afur adjournment the oons womcr. served lunch and August Hebernick entertained with accordion selections. Man injured in collision Eolith sought in sla r.oniic Conference Church, with for flowers, cards, plxw calls. Rex. Peter Retziaff officiating, j and food. A special thank you Interment will follow in t h c to my ard all "iho Friends at the I'r.iiricry. nay ll'o from p.m. fust pvinr to f.ie >cruco. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Sernce. CW63 wonderful people olio hclpcvl in sa many ways Your kind- nivscs will alH'ayM tv rciiu'in- berdi. Shirley, Byron and EDMONTON" iCP1 A youn.c mspoot with sh.ig-.'iylc haor was being sough: by city police to- day in tlw strangulation death of Robert (Bnb) Edward Buolly Connolly, n 52-yenr-old Edmon- ton snlofman nnd slock specu- Uitoi-. Nir. Connolly's was found, propped against a chest- erfield in his high-rise bachelor apartment. A Leihbridge man is in sat- condition today in l.olhbridci1 Municipal Hospital Wowing a J1.7M tiro car collision at the corner of N. nnd 16th St. Tom Brady. M, of 2435 Till Aio. A N.. was Ihe driver of a c.lr which ivas in collision with i a vehicle driven by Marlcnc' Isabcllo Z.iboorcn, "16, of 1321 St. N'. .ni-crfcnt eccurred when of tlie cars, trnvcilirp souili on ifth St. foiled to yiejd i the right-of-way to ihe otJwr which was oastbound on !Xh Ave-. HOW! ADD THE WARMTH OF CARPET TO YOUR ROOMS! PARK SPLENDOR EASILY INSTALLED INDOOR NEEDLEPUNCH CARPET MARBELLA SHAG FORTRESS loop pile HURON ior lor.z w CORAIRE rron Armstrong a tough vinyl surtaxed resiiier.t f'DDr 6' width. d cc'or with Nice'n'Easy WALLPAPER s of prepas'eo'. ler REPAINT AND RE-DO NOW WITH SSS SAVING PAINT PRICES SATIN LATEX Choose washable durable Ciltone ALKVD SEM'-GLOSS Tne one par: tr.5; is per gal. FLAT ENAMEL OS6 per gal. 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