Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 23, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta
30 _ THS IETHERIDOB HERAID Mondov, Novsrabor 23, 72 PETS AND Births, Deatl I Cards Of o Men DEATHS BURRIS Katherlne, passed away in Lethbridge on gun-day, November 22, .1970, at the age of 80 years.'- Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Christensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., are in Charge of Arrangements. C1274 ALLEN Passed away In Uie city on Saturday, November 21st, .1970, Shavm Da-rid, beloved infant son of Dennis and Dee Alien, of 130 16 Street North. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. Martin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service. C1276 CHEKALUK Passed away at the residence on Friday, November 20, 1970, following a short illness, William, at the age of 60 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Esther Chekaluk of Warner. Born in the Ukraine in 1910, the late Mr. Chekaluk moved to Calgary with his parents in 1912 spending his early school years In Kathyrn and Delacour, Alberta. Later farmed at Shepard, Alta., moving to Warner in 1963, where he has resided until his passing. During the Second World War he served overseas with the RCAF. Survivors Include his loving the former Esther Eiggers, who he married in Warner in 1964; one stepson, Boyd H. Diggers of Warner; Uiree stepdaughters, Mrs. J. (Iris) Dies of Warner, Mrs. L. (Bet-nice) Coffin of B.C.; Mrs. F. (Bessie) Quirk of Vancouver, B.C.; 15 grandchildren; 10 great grandchildren; five sisters, Mrs. D. J. (Jean) Lillle of Nararaata, B.C., Mrs. P. A. (Jessie) Sketchly of Houston, B.C., Mrs. C. A. (Kath-erine) Hadford of Warner. Miss Adeline (Delia Lome) Chekaluk of London, England and Miss Anne Chekaluk; three brothers Nick of Fort Mac- FOUR PEKINESE PUPS FOR SALE. HO Phcne 32U-5972. 71 POULTRY AND FRiERS AHO ROASTERS LIVE AT FemnX Welling, FRIERS AND ROASTINO CHICKENS ready 37 cents per ib, on dozen lot Free delivery, custom killing. Hell. Dyck, coalrfale. Phong 73 BUSINESS INDEPENDENT THREE BUY Htralj. BEAUTY SALON, PRICED FOR quick '.Vrlla Box 30, OACRY BAR AND SHORT ORDER Porvlce. Sealing capacity, 36. nal adjustments Ford of Canada should make for under the agreement, which went into effect to 196S. He does not believe estimates that Canadian productios this year will be greater than con- sumption. "I would be quite surprised, frankly, if the balance dM run in Canada's favor." Ford plants in Canada assem- bled vehicles last year and Ford new-car sales totalled Its share of the new car market was 2J.4 per cent and it sold 35 per cent of new trucks. Last year Ford narrowed the gap between Canadian and U.S. prices by two percentage points. This trend will continue, but Mr. Bennett does not see price parity in the immediate future, even if ratios between prices and profits become the same. The basic problems are a small market with greater transportation distances, the cost of doing business in two languages and higher federal taxes in Canada. Since the end of 1S5S, Ford of Canada's operations in Aus- tralia, New Zealand, South Af- rica and Singapore have offset lags in Canadian sales. "The opportunities for growth outeide of North Amer- ica tends to be greater than they are Mr. Bennett said. DEBATE STIRS EMOTIONS Quebec to dissolve the notional students' ond women's liberal organizations Ignited one of most heated pnd emotional debalet at the three-cloy Liberal policy conference In Ottawa. Ontario delegate Jennifer Bankier speaks in favor of the Quebec motion (left photo) and breakj into (right photo) finishing her argument.