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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 6, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 I HE lETHBRIDCE HERALD Friday, April 6, 19 3 j Jhanm, BIRTHS GALL Bob and Marilyn are delighted to announce the birth of their daughter, Kathryn Ann, on March 31; a sister for Greg- ory. 59 GRISAK Robert and Janice are pleased to announce the birth of a son, Anthony James, April 4, 1973. Proud grand- parents are Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Hacker and Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Grisak. 35 DEATHS DEATH IAJGOS John, formerly of Raymond, passed away in Cal- gary on Friday, April 6, 1973 at the age of 64 years, belovec brother of Mrs. Margaret Fras- er of Raymond. Funeral ar- rangements will be announced when completed. CHRISTEN- SEN SALMON FUNERAL HOME LTD., in charge of ar- rangements. C8546 MIKLOS Passed away in Picture Butte on Wednesday, April 4, 1973, following a lengthy illness, Mr. James klos at the age of 73 years, be- loved husband of Mrs. Anna Miklos of Shaughnessy. Pray- ers will be said on Friday (to- night) at p.m. in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 r3th St. N. Requiem Mass be celebrated cm Saturday at a.m. in St. Basil's Cath- olic Church, with Rev. Father D. Vornbrock celebrant. Inter- ment will follow in the Mount Calvary section, Mountain View Cametery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N.; phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- tors of Funeral Service. C8542 FOR THE MONTH OF APRIL BUY or PEA GRAVEL per YARD 'Now is the time to gravel your driveways and roads of a saving before the 'Spring work starts. TOLLESTRUP SAND AND GRAVEL CONSTRUCTION CO. LTD. Phone 328-2702, 327-3610 j CHOW Passed away sud denly in the city on Wednesday April 4, 1973, Mr. Joseph Hueng Chow at the age of 71 years beloved husband of Mrs. Ton; Chow of 2714 9th Ave. North The funeral service will be belt on Saturday at 1 p.m. in The Chinese National League Hall Lethbridge, with Rev. Dr R. W. K. Elliott officiating. In terment will follow in the Chi nese section, Mountain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros TRADITIONAL CHAPEL, 812 3rd Avenue S.; phone 328-2361 MARTIN BROS. LTD., Di rectors of Funeral Service. C8545 HOSTETTER Passed away in the city on Thursday, Apr! Mrs. Jennie Hostetter a the age of 89 years of the Devon Nursing Home. Funeral ar- rangements will be when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Fu- neral Service. C854J ASPHALT PAVING We now have two plants to service Lethbridge and Southern Alberta. We can deliver and place hot asphalt up to a dis- tance of 100 out of lethbridge. TOLLESTRUP SAND AND GRAVEL CONSTRUCTION CO. LTD. Phone 328-2702, 327-3610 Underworld infiltrates taxi trade QUEBEC (CP) -Underworld elements, probably including :he Mafia, have infiltrated Que- bec's taxi industry and are us- ing false drivers' permits to fa- cilitate illegal immigration, Transport Minister Bernard Pi- nard said Thursdav. k SAND f GRAVEL ASPHALT t TOUESTRUP SAND AND GRAVEL Construction Co. Ltd. T PHONE 17-3610 A 4 4 328-2702-327-3610 DEATHS BAHLER Passed away suddenly hi Picture Butte on Wednesday, April 4, 1973, Mr. John Bahler at the age of 50 years of Picture Butte. Born and raised in Lethbridge, the late Mr. Bahler served over- seas for four years during th Second World War. Upon his discharge he farmed at Bov Island, moving to Picture Butt in 1955. He was employed the Picture Butte Sugar Fac tory at the time of his pass ing. He is survived by one sis ter, Mrs. G. O. (Pauline) Scot of Lethbridge; four brothers Messrs. Adolph Bahler of Stet tier, Sam Bahler of Red Deer Edward Bahler of Picture Butte and Fred Bahler of Leth bridge. The funeral service wil be held on Monday at 1 p.m in Martin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAPEL, 703 13th St. N. Inter ment will follow in Archmoun Memorial Gardens. Friends may pay their respects at Mar tin Bros. MEMORIAL CHAP EL, 703 13th St. N.; phone 328 2361. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Di rectors of Funeral Service. C8543 Municipal taxation laws overhauled HUTCHINSON Passed away in the city on Wednes day, April 4, 1973, following a very brief illness, Mr. Benja min Charles Rowland Hutchin son at the age of 70 years, be- loved husband of Mrs. Agnes Hutchinson of 713 15th St. S Born, raised and educated in Roissevain, Manitoba, the late Mr. Hutehinson sent a num ber of years in Saskatoon, Sask before coming to Lethbridge in 1948. A well-known insurance adjuster in the city, he retiree in 1967. He was a member of Masonic Lodge, North Star No 4, a past senior officer of Acre Preceptory No. 66 and very in- volved in Shrine Work. Besides his loving wife he is survived by one daughter, Mrs. V. W. (Bar- baral Thornhill of one granddaughter, one grand- son one sister, Mrs. Wm. (Kay) Cove of Boissevain, Man. and one brother, Mr. J. S. Hut- chinson of Winnipeg. He was a-edeceased by one brother, larry in 1S52. The fu- neral service will be held on Saturday at 3 p.m. in Mar- in Bros. MEMORIAL CHAP- EL, 703 13th St. N. with Arch )eacon C. Swanson officiating, nterment will follow in Moun- ain View Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects in Mar- in Bros. MEMORIAL CHAP- EL, 703 13th St. N. Those who vish may donate to the Shrine Crippled Children's H o s p i tal rund, Box 444, Lethbridge. IARTIN BROS. LTD., Direc- ors of Funeral Service. C8544 RETURNS TO DIE After ranging as far as miles out to sea, a salmon re- urns to spawn and die in the ame gravel bed, in the same creek where it was born. EDMONTON (CP) A gov- ernment bill introduced yester- day allows municipalities to tax pollution control equipment and authorizes two different mill rates so some properties will face lower taxes. Another provision would make homes for the elderly to- tally exempt from property taxation- Changes to the Municipal Taxation Act would remove the exemption from taxation enjoy- ed by pollution control equip- ment. Municipal Affairs Minister Dave Russell said the exemp- tion proved impossible to ad- minister. It was inserted in the CARDS OF THANKS MEYER We wish to ex- press our thanks to our many friends, relations and neigh- bors for the food and flowers and especially to the members of the LDS church and to those who helped in any way. Your thoughtfulness was greatly ap- preciated. and Bill Meyer and all the family 79 LILLY wish to express our sincere thanks and appre- ciation to those who sent cards, flowers, and placed Gideon Bib- les during our bereavement. Special thanks to Rev. D. Gold- smith and those who participat- ed in the memorial service, and to Martin Bros. Funeral Home. We also thank the doctor and staff of the Municipal Hospital. Anne and Charlie Lilly 80 IN MEMORIAM SIRAY in loving memory of a dear mother and grand- mother, Barbara, who passed away on April 5, 1972 and also a dear father and grandfather, Andrew, who passed away July 4th, 1966. Your gentle faces and patient smiles With sadness we recall, You had a kindly word for each And died beloved by all. The voice is mute and stilled the heart That loved us well and true. Ah, bitter was the trail to part From one so good as you. You are not forgotten loved ones Nor will you ever be, As long as life and memory last We will remember thee. We miss you now, our hearts are sore As time goes by we miss you more. Your loving smiles, your gentle faces, No one can fill your vacant places. remembered and sad- ly missed by son Les, Joyce, Barrel, Kelvin and Audrey. 12 tive to industry to install new equipment. It was difficult to reach agreement on just what equip- ment in a plant was designed solely for pollution control and what was part of the manufac- turing process. TIMES CHANGE In addition, the minister said, times have changed. Now it is considered a duty of industry to have proper pollution control equipment. Municipalities are also to be given the right to authorize two different mill rates if they want to provide a certain class of property with a level of relief from taxation. This has been done through varying rates of assessment of particular classes of property. The change, proposed to help administration the govern- ment's property tax reduction plan, calls for uniform assess- ment rates within a municipal- ity. The relief would be pro- vided through split mill rates. SUMMER COTTAGES Recreational dwellings, such as summer cottages which are used only for part of the year, will be provided additional re- lief from property taxes. At present, an owner can ap- ply for an exemption of two- thirds of the 30-mill education levy. Under the proposed change, the exemption would be for the entire levy- O. F.C CANADIAN WHISKY THIS IS A SUPERB. FULLY-AGED WHISKY ITS PEDIGREED GOODNESS REPRESENTS THE PROUDEST ACHOEMENTOF CANADA S MOST DISTINGUISHED MASTER DISTILLERS DISTILLED AGED BOTTLED JN BOND UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF THE CANADIAN GOVERNMENT The Prime Canadian OFC Canadian whisky is 8 years old. Picked in its prime. At 2-years old Canadian whisky is pale, harsh, around 12 is darker and beginning to take on a heavy 'woody' taste. In between this time, it becomes golden, mellow, smooth and full-bodied. In our opinion OFC is the prime Canadian whisky. That's why OFC is only 8 years old. The prime time for taste, try it. OFC "It takes no getting used to." Turner in bad books? Herald Ottawa Bureau OTTAWA Conservative Whip Tom Bell says the minor- ity Trudeau government is clawing its way out of its corp- orate tax trap by "sacrific- ing" Finance Minister Turner. Mr. BeU predicts that the to be offered Par- liament before flic Easter re- cess, will not involve a resigna- tion by Mr. Turner, but instead, a switch in portfolios. "I reports Mr. BeU, who like any on-the-ball Whip, has "sources" in the camp of the political enemy, that Tru- deau is switching Industry, Trade and Commerce Minister Giltespie into finance, and giv- ing Mr. Turner another lesser cabinet post. "That way they all save what face is left to salvage and cling to the shreds of their tattered credibility. "Then with Turner side-lined they could drop those corporate tax cuts and continue their buddy-buddy riationship with the New Democrats." Mr. Bell says he "knows for a fact" that Mr. Turner who has been making the honoring of the corporate tax cuts a matter of principle, "hasn't a friend in the cabinet He's ostracized, completely isolated. Tax change debate begins OTTAWA (CP) After months of waiting, the Com- mons opened debate Thursday on a thick package of personal income tax changes that will, among other things, raise ex- emptions for students, the el- derly, disabled and blind. The benefits apply to 1972 tax forms and have already been claimed by thousands of tax- payers who have filed their 1972 returns. The changes, awaiting second reading, will make many eli- gible for refunds but the legisla- tion must be passed before the money can be distributed by the revenue department. At last count refund cheques had been processed but, in the view of Conservative financial critic Marcel Lam- bert, it could be June or July before they are mailed. 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