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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 3, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta J8 THE IETHDRIDGE HCRAID _ Tuesday, August 3, 1971-------------------------------- DEATHS TCHVKLL _ Percy, pas (d a-way in the city on Mund u August 2, 1971, at Ihe of Rjl years, beloved husband of Itocl Towell of 101.! A i S. Funeral aiTangclllonis will he announced when completed. Christcnscn SALMON I-'l'M I> AL HOME Lid., are in of arrangements. C< Bl HARMON Clio, pasM-d away in Raymond on Satur- day." July al Hie age of 7ft years. Funeral arrange mcnl-s will bo announced n completed. Cliristcnsou SAI M ON FUNERAL IIO.Mi: Lid are in charge of (V I' KALTP Passed away on Friday, July SO. 1971. Paul cent Kaupp. aged 62 years, of Pineher Cruet. Born in New Dayton, where he resided until moving lo Pinchei Creei- whcre he has farmed unlll passing. Mr. Kaupp drove a school bus fni the Pincher Creek School Division for Ilie past 15 years. He active in church affairs and a member ot Ihe Knights of Columbus. He is survived bv luu sons, Bcr nard of Andrew. Albena and Stanley of Pincher Creek; three daughters. Mrs. A. (Muriel) Luco of Pincher Creek. Mis. (_ (Patricia) Rouleau of LaPama. Calif., Mrs. Barbara Wright of Lethbridge: 12 grandchildien: three brothers Predeceased by his wife in 1957. The funeral service will be held in St. Mi- chael's Ror.ian Catholic Church. Wednesday al 10..10 a.m., Rev. J. Weisgcibcr offi- ciating. Interment in Fairview Cemetery. Friends may meet for prayers in Eden's Funeral Home, Tuesday al p.m. (tonigli'J. In lieu of flowers, do- naljons may be made to Lhe Emphysema Fund, care of Ames Insurance. Funeral ar- rangements by Eden's Funeral Home Ltd.. Pincher Creek. CC551 Returning office FOKT MACLEOD (Special) The Maclcod conslilucncy 1 as opened a iTlurninR office nt the curling rink. The telephone number is 234- Dav.o Thompson of Clares- holm is reluming officer and W. L. C. Day is Lhe election clerk. Mr. Dav rcporl.s enumeration is under way and a full slaff has been acquired. Common market agro draws blast ADVERTISING ALLOWED MUNICH, Germany (AP) The Bavarian slate justice min- istry announced it. will permit single prisoners lo advertise for tlie exception of in- mates convicted of breach of marriage promises. LON'DON (CP) Former United Stales vice-president Hu- bert H. Hi'inphrey has launched a sharp attack against Hie ropean Common Market's high farm subsidies saying (hey di.s- rupl trade for the U.S. and even more so for Canada, Ati-slralia and New Zealand. "The European communily's common palicv has Income a major force in world agricultural mar- tlic Minnesota senator said in a prepared speech Fri- day before the IVadc Policy Re- search Centre, an independent and largely anti-Market body. Humphrey said lie and many U.S. congressional colleagues were gravely concerned when Britain switched lo the import- levy system, similar lo that op- eraled by the Common Market countries. "Here was the United King- clnm, a model lo other countries with its deficiency payments syslcm of income-support for farmers, strongly embracing a wasteful land disruptive foim of farm support." Humphrey estimated that as a result of these high subsidies, consumers in the Common Mar- kcl nav IHween SG billion and billion more for food a year 1 than tboy would if food available at world market prices. He hinted Ihat if Ihe Euro- jwan system continues, it may unleash a world Iradn war as resentment against this protec- tionism increases. But if some- how the European countries could bo persuaded to moderate [heir system, he was sure that the U.S., Canada and other farm exporters would he willing to revise their own farm-sup- porting policies. "While Lhe agricultural Inter- ests of Ihe U.S. may be hurt. Ihe agricultural interests of Australia, Canada end, most es- pecially, New Zealand are hurt even more. All the small coun- tries face spill-over effects from European agricultural protec- tionism." TV eofs crime NEW YORK (neuter) Crime dropped 71 per cent in the business district of Mount Vcrnon, N.Y., wiliiin 10 weeks afler police installed closed-cir- cuit television cameras to sur- vey the busy downtown area, TV Guide magazine says. The experiment in the New York City suburb involves using two TV cameras mounted on tall lamp posts. FflGHT FROM PAKISTAN-An old man walks wilh a group of East Pakistani refugees as they make their way towards the Boyra border crossing point into India, about 70 miles from Calcutta. Nearly Pakistani refugees cross into India each day, many suffering from malnutrilion. School sludy should clear air claims official FUNERAL YOUNG Funeral service for George R. Young. Hill- spring resident who died at Cardston Friday, July 30, 1971 at the ape of 76 years, was held at 2 p.m. Monday, Aug. 2, 1971. in the Hillspring Chapel wiih Rev. James Veitcli officiating. Pallbearers uere Garry Wyn- der, Ron Bevans. Ted and Mark MacKenzie, Pat Layton and Scntl Young. Interment was in the Mountain View Cem- etery'. Christensen Salmon Fu- neraJ Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. IN MEMORIAMS GROVER In loving mem- ory of Elsie L. Grover, who passed away at the Foothills Hospital, Calgary. August 1970. Blessed and the pure in heart For they shall see God. great friend and greatly missed by J. W., Loth- bridge. EDMONTON (CP) A pro- I posed study of school admini- stralion costs in the province should "help clear the Holland Jones. Edmonton's sup- erintendent of nubile schools, said. The study will he con- ducted by Dr. Ted Holdaway of Ihe University of Alberta for the education deDarlment. Dr. Jones said (hut such a study will help school boards j determine whether t'.iey are providing Lhe right types of ser- vices, or too little in the way of scivices. It could also lead lo a uni- form system of accounting in school budgets, allowing admin- istrative and other costs to be compared accurately. Dr. lloldaway said he ex- pects to start the study in Oc- tober and complete it by the cud ol February next year. MTTRU In loving memory of a dear wife. Mcryle Mitru. who passed away August linn. She suffered in silence when no one knew. She never deserved what she went through. Take care of her Lord, as she takes her rest. For on this earth she u as one of the best. remembered and sadly missed by her husband. Steve. 3303 Manoeuvers begin VIENNA (Renter) Warsaw pact stales have started mili- tary manoeuvres involving Czechoslovak. Soviet and Hun- garian troops, the Hungarian news agency MTI reported Mon- dav. Pattern 7424 New track clear s area at derailment RED DEER (CP) Wednes- day's derailment damage on the Canadian Pacific Railways line near Alhambra was not heavy because of the soft ground where the wreck occurred ard (he slow movement of (he (mm. a CPR spokesman said .Mon- day. The derailed cars, involving several butane tank cars, are being unloaded into cars moved close lo the scene, by placing a temporary Irack around Ihe area, he said. When the derailed cars are unloaded, they will be removed and the line repaired The line is expected lo be open by Ihe end of the week. 86 persons lose lives I oil holiday By THE CANADIAN PRESS At least 86 persons died in accidents across Canada during the weekend as Ontario and three Prairies provinces took an extra day off to celebrate a civic holiday Monday. A survey by The Canadian Press, showed 68 of the deaths occurred in traffic mishaps. LGst year over the civic holi- day period 7C died accidentally, 44 in traffic. The 68 traffic fatalities during Lhe weekend and 41 last week I brought lo at least 1.364 Ihe number of persons killed on Ca- nadian roads since Jan. 1. ALBEl'.TA TOLL 111 Alberta, six persons died in traffic and one by drowning. Dr. Lloyd Smale, 55. of Peace River, his wife Rosita, 44, Gary Mitchell. 19, of Manning, and Yvon Monetlc, 49, of Peace River, died in a flam- ing pile-up near Peace River. John Bernard 67. of Hay River. N.W.T., died after being struck by a car near Manning, 50 miles north of Peace River. Manfred Kreuger, 21. of Ed- monton was killed in a two-car i collision in Edmonton. i James A. Mills. 16, of Ca'- i gary was killed when his car went out of control and over-. turned in a ditch near La-' combe, 15 miles north of Hed i Deer. April Langerin. 8, of Edmon- otn drowned m a swimming pool in a high-rise apartment building in Edmonton. A six year old Lcthbridge boy drowned at Park Lake Provincial Park, 10 miles north of Lethbridgc. Sylvan Lake voters reject water svstcm SYLVAN LAKE (CPI Of- ficials in Ihe resort loun of Sylvan Lake, 12 miles west of Red Deer, said yesterday rate- payers have again rejected a proposal to spend for a municipal water supply sys- tem. It's the fifth lime in 15 years that, citizens have rojcclcd Ihe system. Officials sairl ,T12 volc-rs rr- jcctrd the system in l.lie ballot- ing and u-rrn in Favor. There were eligible voters. Fashionable In wear a.s a dress ore day. jtimpor next! JII-TY mmn-daiighler or sis- Deaths Yesterday lor Crochet i n easy I i.pon-paltern stilch of 3-ply fin- By TIIE CANADIAN I'llK.SS fu'inf, yarn. Pattern 7.I21: Poilras. 71, one of Quebec's comic actors who worked uilh troupes and on radio; of a licarl, attack. Si en. 70, izes 10-ir. included. M'-aiurr. T-'V-t- child's 2-12 incl. I'M'TY CKMS 'coins I for each palteru no slninps, i please) udd 15 cenks for former leader "of 'ilie "city's p.-illern for first-class Chinese community, milhm and handling iccliircr. I" x-o. Silver, :12, Canadian soprano describfd by T1IF English opera organizers as one Lunilcd of the most promising singers in I'll) Frrjni Sine! West her generation; ot cancer. Toronto 1, (Jlnario i Two businesses i are, destroyed by ijrass fire GKICAT FALLS. Mont. 'AIM grass fire I ha', mushroomed inlo a roai ing deslrovcd Iwo businesses and damaged a I bird in a soulh side warehouse di.slrid. The fire destroyed premises of Nallcv's Fine Foods and Ihe Paper Co. and damaged a small storage building be- I longing lo 1'niilscn's Inc. SSIMPSONS-SEARSi SAVE 20% i on the Muffler Guaranteed As Long; As You Own Your Car SYS Simpsons-Sears AHsfale mufflers are guaranteed not lo blow oul as long as you own ycur car. If dur- ing Ihe life of your car an Allstale muffler fails we will replace it free of charge 3 Days Only Sample Saving on 7.99 INSTALLED Comparable Low Prices ou Most Other Cars "Charge it" No Down Payment Bar Type Car Top Carrier 10.99 Reg. Universal type carrier has 1 sturdy bars hold down clamps. Tune Up Kits Reg. 2.98 and 3.98 1.98 and 2.98 Tunn up your car and nave. Eorli kit cosy tu insiaii and includes points, rolof, condenser and in- struelions. Orion Pile Seat Covers Reg. As warm and soft as they are good coking. Proofs and rears available for two and four door cars in avocado, red, blue, camel or black. Allstate Guaranteed Brake Job Drive in confidence with brakes overhauled by Simpsons-Sears. We will replace the lining in all four wheels, lurn and Jrue the drums and ihoroughly check the entire syslcm for ihis low price. (Disc brake service extra.) Sendee Station Open 'til 6 p.m. Wednesday SERVICE STATION HOURS: 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Daily. Thursday and Friday until 9 p.m. Call 328-9231. Conlro Villago, 2nd Avc. and 13th St. N. ;