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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 6, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta LtlHBKIUOt ntKALD _ 23 72 PETS AND 1 J9 I I f i tuirtks, JJeatk6? I 1 (Jf JkanM, Un, tvleinoriaini cabin keep holiday OTTAWA (CP) Every weekday this month Environment Minister Jack Davis steps into a roadside phone booth, unfolds the door, inserts a dime and calls his Ollawa office over the roar of passing lumber trucks The telephone is a few ministers sites secret umbia interior, where he is spendii 3 his vacation. Mr. Davis, his cabinet colleagues and a good part ol the senior public service stay away from OUawa in droves in August, leaving the city to the tourists. The cabinet wound up its summer business at 2 a.m. last Friday, after a marathon month of committee meelings and full-dress cabinel sessions. Next day, they began to scatter across the country and overseas on summer vacations. They will convene again just before the Commons resumes Tuesday, Sept. 7, after a two-monlh summer recess. Most leave stricl instructions wilh Ihcir staff not lo disclose the' destinations. External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp's aides, for example, will only say that he is off for two weeks on a trip that will include stops in Europe. PLANS TO TRAVEL Justice Minister John Turner will spend some time at his summer home near St. Andrew's, N.B., but will also 1 outside Ihe country-Consumer Affairs Minister Ron Basford is somewhere in northern British Columbia, and Energy Minister J. J. Greene is at a Rocky Mountains resort. Transport Minister Don Jamieson's office says hs will visit his Burin-Burgeo riding in Newfoundland after accompanying tire Trudeaus on their Atlantic tour. Between then and September thcv "can't say." Prime Minister and Mrs. Tru-dea will tour Europe for about two weeks. But apart from a visit to Yugoslavia, where Mr. Trudeau will meet Marshal Tito, his office is keeping the itinerary private. Other ministers are not as secretive about their vacation plans. Agriculture Minister H. A. Olson, for example, is working rns ranch in his riding near Medicine Hat, Alia. Other cabinet members, including Indian Affairs Minister Jean Chretien, home today from a tour of the Soviet Union, and Health Minister John Munro, app.'Tently have not decided vAere they will vacation. Opposition Leader Robert Stanfield, just back from China, will retire to his Halifax home Friday for two weeks. The New Democrat leader. David Lewis, has already had his vacation: About 10 days at Tanglewood, Mass., where the Boston Symphony si ages an open-air concert program in the Berkshire THERE Ever get the creepy feeling someone It watching you? Drivers on a road near Farminglon, Mich., are met with lhat sensation when passing a small barn near an intersection. Douglas Tyler of Farmington used a gallon of white and a gallon of black paint in making the painling. He said he did t "just for THREE MONTH OLD FEMALE SIA cat. Phone 345-30S3. KITTENS TO BE GIVEN AWAY Phone 327-2355, REGISTERED WHITE TOY POODLES Phone 328-7070. FIVE SIAMESE KITTENS FOR SALE at reduced price. Phone 328 7459. lered, ilx weeks; German shorthfll femalt, seven months. 223-4130. BIRTH CROWE Ed and Vr' Crowe proudly announce UK birth of [heir daughter, Trina Leigh, July 24, 1971, sister for Kyle. Grandparents are Dora and Marcel Boisson and George and Mable Crowe of Lelhbridge. KHALL Funeral semce for Mrs. Mark Krall, Spar-wood resident who died in the Michel Hospital Sunday, July IB, 1971, at the age of 72 years, was held in the St. Michael's Roman Catholic Church, Natal, at 11 a.m. Thursday, July 22, 1971. with Rev. E. Forsylhe officiating. Pallbearers were grandsons Verne and Wayne Quallieri, Louis and Stuart Miles, John Krall and nephew Douglas Kcmetz. Interment was in the Elk Vallev Cemetery. Salus Funeral Chapel of Sparwcod was in charge of the aiTangements. PETFtS Funeral service for Joseph Petrs, Cranford resident who died at Lethbridge Monday, Aug. 2, 1971, at the age of G9 years, WES held at a.m. "Thursday, Aug. 5, 1971, in St. Augustine's Roman Catholic Church with Rev. Bruce Field l.he celebrant. Pallbearers were Sieve Kuryvial, John Kurina, John Bartosek, Martin Chmielewski, Arthur Olson and Frank Otrlialek. Interment was in the Taber Memorial Garden. Humphries Funeral Home, Taber. was in charge of the arrangements. HARMON Funeral OF THANKS NEWBY 1 would like lo thank the nurses on the fourlh door of the Municipal Hospital; also my doclors for good care received during my stay in the hospital. Many thanks lo those who visi'.ed me, and loi flowers and cards. Ted REGISTERED GERMAN SHORT hair Pointer pups. Some solid live color. Bred (or hunting. Phone Calgary 271-9JJJ. GA1LYNE TROPICALS Marine life and tresh waler trop cals AquDlIC plants, (rozen, dried and live (oods. Supplies, accessories nnd cus om made tonki. We also --epa aquariums, pumps and healers, tie Phone 327-5017. W 7th Ave. 5. deep in the British eyes oil trade I LONDON (CP) 72A FUR BEARING DIETRICH Passed away in the city on Friday, August 6, 1071, Mr. Albert Dietrich, at the ape of 69 years, beloved husband of Mrs. Eliza-beth Dietrich o' 329 15th Street N. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Sen-ice. C6635 SERES Passed away in Fort Maclecd, on Thursdaj, August 5, 1971, Mr. Thomas Seres, at the age of 83 years. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. WITHAGE We wish lo express our heartfelt thanks to all who helped in many and various ways during our recent bereavement. Donations of food and flowers and o-'.her expressions of sympathy will always be most deeply appreciated. A special thanks lo Hev. and Mis. Mulder, the doctor and CH1NCHM LA5 AND EQUIPMENT for sale. Musi sell Immedlalely. Phone 327-1825 or 32B-S476. 73 BUSINESS of Canadian oil resource in the Arctic would place indus tries here in an ideal position t jccome major suppliers o needed materials, says a Britis government trade publication. In an article by L. D. Byrne British Trade Commissioner1 in Edmonton, the magazine say "any large-scale oil play in th Canadian Arctic would place British industry in a strategi position to become substan lial supplier in that area. Burne no'.es that Coinwallis Island, an important supply base for operations in the east ern Arctic, is nearer by sea t Glasgow, Scotland, than t Montreal. Dealing mainly with invest ment opportunities in Alberta Byrne adds there may be "sub-slanlial potential for sped a ships which can meet the speci fications of the Canadian gov crnment lo cope with ice condi tions in the Arctic." Bj'rne says "many opportuni ties for British manufacturers exist in this prosperous anc booming province of Alberta a province rich in resources as i is in the promise of a future o almost unlimited FOR SALE CLOTHING STORE win residence. Phone 867-3611, -Salur day nighl or Sunday. SERVICE STATION WITH RESI-d-nce, fcr renl In HarrJieville, Alia Phone 32B-2B33. FAMILY RESTAURANT separately or wilh business. i'l cne 425-6909 or 425-7202, B a.m. -11 p. and Ihoughlfulness extended to us all. Above all, thanks to our Heavenly Father for taking our loved one so gently home to be with Him forever. C. A. Withage, Mr. and Mrs. John Withage and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Nieboer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jenne Nieboer 4025 DEAKOFF The family of the late Mrs. Pearl Deatoff wish to thank all their friends arid relatives, who helped in so many ways during their recent bereavement. The many cards, kind words, floral and other tributes were deeply appreciated. Our special thanks to the doctors, nurses and staff of the Crowsnest Pass Municipal Hospital; also to the doctor, nurses and stalf of S'.. Michael's Hospital, Lethbridge, and to Mr. Fantin for his services. Mike Deakoff. George, Ann, Steven, and T.like Deakoff Henry, Anne and D e bbie Hakze INVESTOR WANTED A S3.000 Irweslmenl could give you a perpelual income of up to E50DO an-nielli' No IrHlers. Box 69 Herald. 300 SEAT THEATRE ALL STEEL beam Butler building, built at S4Q.GDO cosl Revenue renlal includes beauly shop and bachelor suilo. All thealre equipment in lop shape and In ful operation. Sacrifice pice S25.000. Owner relocated. Plione 732-4530, Pklure Butle. GROCERY STORE, SITUATED IN heart of grain or caltls country. Would consider equity In a duplex or res -dence as part payment. Will lease with option to purchase. Terms avallab r> to repulable party. Yearly Increase in volume. Heallh reasons for selling. Excellent oppoMur.ily for a family business. Wrlie Box 43, Lethbridge Herald. Butte on Friday, August 6, 1971, Mrs. Thertesa Valcic, at the age of 76 years. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. C6637 SCRIMSHAW Carol Eva, passed away in Amarillo, Texas, en Wednesday, August 4, 1971. at the age of 26 years, beloved wife of Ronald Scrimshaw 01 Amarilio. Funeral services vill be held in th- Alberta Stake Chapel on Monday, August 9 at p.m., with Bishop Reed Zcmp officiating. Interment will follow in the Cards ton Cemetery. Clirislen-sen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd Directo-s of Funeral Service. CGC34 QUAPP Passed away in Coaldale on Wednesday, August 4, 1971, Mrs. Margaret Quapp, at the age of 74 years, beloved wife of the late Mr. Peter Quapp. Born and raised in Booragan, Crimea, the late Mrs Quapp came to Waterloo in 1925, moved to Coaldale in 1926 and has resided there until her passing. She is survived by two daughters, Mrs. J. (Irma) Krcker, Coaldafe, Mrs. (Dr. Ben) (EHriedc) Wiebe, Taber; six sons, Bill, Coaldale, Ernest, Grande Prairie, Carl, Calgary, Da-vid, Edmonton, Arthur, Lethbridge, John, Coaldale; 21 grandchildren three sisters, Mrs. D. (Maria) Thiessen, Waterloo, Ontario, Mrs. J. (Johanna) Enns. Clearbrook, B.C., Mrs. J. (Elfriede) Dick, Waterloo, Ontario; seven brothers, Messrs. William Masses, Surrey, B.C., Jacob Klassen, London, Ont., Abraham Klassen, Vineland, Ont., John Klas.sen, Winnipeg, Peter Klassen, Chicago, David Klassen, Surrey, B.C., Dr. Karl Klassen, Columbus, Ohio. She was predeceased by her husband in 1942 and one son and one daughter in 1946. The funeral service will be held at p.m. on Monday, in the Coaldale Men-nonite Brethren Church, with Rev. D. J. Pankratz officiating. Interment will follow in (he family plot, Coaldale Otto (Tut) Harmon, who died at Raymond Saturday, July 31. 1971, at the age of 78 years, was held at 2 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 4, :97l, at the Temple Hill Cemetery with Bishop Ron Watson officiating. Pallbearers were Joseph McLean, Paul Wooley, Bert Love, Jack Harmon, Orin Toomcr and William Witbeck. Interment was in the Temple Hill Cemetery. Chrislensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the regu for OTTAWA (CP) Regulations under Canada's new tax law will ensure that Canadian corporations are not discouraged by taxes from engaging in subsidiary operations in developing countries A finance departmenl official said this was the main purpose of a 15-page, closely-typed summary of proposed tax regulations released today as a supplement lo the tax plan introduced by Finance Minister E. J. Benson in the Commons June 18. The summary was prepared for tax lawyers and accountants pending the formal orders-in-council after the new tax law is passed. The government hopes to get parliamentary action on it ttrs fall, and have it take effect next Jan. 1. Most countries levy taxes on the income of firms operating in their territory, and additional withholding taxes en protits paid as dividends to the deals parents. The net receipts of Canadian parent of a foreigi subsidiary Ulen is taxed in Can ada. Most developing countries, 01 the other hand, offer tax incen lives for industrial develop ment, allowing foreign firms t take out most if not all profits Since these are taxable in Can ada as part of the parent firm1 Canadian income. Canadiai firms might be discourage! from setting up subsidiary oper ations in a developing country. However, the new tax regulj tions will recognize t a x e which are forgiven by the deve oping countries. A formula wi adjust the taxable income of subsidiary to make it eqiral t the Canadian parent's net re turn from operations there. The summary of regulations the third such summary re leased by the finance deparl ment to explai- technical as peels of the new lax law, als covers the taxation of other dh idcnds received by Canadiai firms from foreign affiliate! corporations. HOTEL FOR SALE OWNER RETIRING Hotel 6nrf Cafe In very croduc ive grain farming district. Gocd beer sales Ca'e ICBsed oul. Terms cash. Balance monthly at eighl per cent Possession 30 days. Crn'oct Glen Gibb, Phone 757-3820; GiCL-s Reslfy, Evenings, 757-3697, Box 10, Barons. killed at Airdrie AIRDRIE (CP) RCMP today identified two Edmonton residents as the victims of a single-car accident Thursday morning on Highway 2 near this community 10 miles north o] Calgary. Dead are Mona Lee Hennery 19, and Stanley Edward Czar-necki, 22, both of Edmonton who died in hospital after their vehicle left the road. Two other occupants of the car were taken to hospital in Mojor Fertilizer Manufoclursr Requires Dealer In Lethbridge Area Bulk, bag and Anhydrous Ammonia facilities supplied. Some capital required. Please wrlle slating business experience to Box HO, Herald. Replies kept In strlcl confidence. Funeral service for Mrs. Ednp Beatrice Booth, beloved wife of the late John Arthur Booth who died in the city Monday. Aug. 2, 1971. at the age ol 66 years, was held at p.m. Thursday, Aug. 5, 1971, in the McKillop United Church with Rev, Brian Jones officiating. Pallbearers were Ambrose Hines, Cliff Irwin, Jack Peard, Del Collier. Hank Palfrey and Vaughn McNeil. Interment was in the family plot in Archmount Memorial Gardens. Maiitin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in cliarge of the arrangements FREED Funeral service for Mrs. Mary Freed, beloved wife of '.he late Mr. Abner L. Freed who died in the city Monday. Aug. 2, 1971. at the age of 87 years. WES held at a.m. Wednesday in Martn Bros. Memorial Chapel, 703 13th St. N., with Rev. L. D. Hankinson officiating. Paii-bearers were William Hope, Lawrence M u m b y, Perry Freed. Garth Olson. Robert Molnar and Robert Siddall. In-term--nt was in the family olot in the Orion Cemetery. Mar-iln-Bros. Ltd.. Directors of Fu-tiera' Service, was in cliarge of the MEMORIAMS PLOMP In loving memory ot a dear son and brother Lloyd Plomp, who passed away August 6, 1906. It's lonesome here without you, We miss you more each day, Somehow life doesn't seem the same, Since you have gone away. Our hearts still ache with sadness, We shed many a secret tear, Only God knows how much we miss you As this ends another year. Ever remembered by dad, mom, Jen, Clark, Bill, Marie and families. 4175 MILLAR In loving memory of a dear husband, father, and grandfather, Alfred Stuart who passed away August 4, 1969. Peacefully sleeping resting at last Earth's weary troubles and trials are past. In silence he suffered In patience he bore. 'Til God called him home to suffer no mor.e. Fondly remembered and sadly missed by his wife Margaret, family and grandchildren. 74 LOANS A SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College AAall. Phnne 32B-3331 The v.ldesl facility available, we ccn-sder ALL TYPES ot mortgage SECOND MORTGAGE LOANS From 51600 S. Phone 327-6403. 3 women LOD, Israel (Reuler) vallons and house raising. Phnnr nifl-1055. 'MO sentences today on two voung Moroccan sisters and THE UNIVERSITY OF TO CREDITORS AND of the her liovv we miss her and give her all our sabotage materials into the country and planning 35 a barrel paid by oil companies in Libya, COMING 1 PLANT UTILITY OPERATOR Ono operator is required for the new healing and cooling plant ot the University of Leihbrfdge which includei iwo 600 H.P. hoi woler boilers, two 700 ton centrifugal chillers, central monitoring syalem and related auxiliary ment. Applicants must have a working background in environmental and mechanical systems oF large buildingi or institutions. Certificates in steam engineering, air conditioning controls and related trades desirable. Salary range per month, commensurate with experience. Please write or telephone for application formi which must be received by August 13, 1971. Application! presently on file will be reviewed. Roplios confidential. Personnel Office The Unlvonity of lolhbridge Lethbridgi, THE ESTATE of ROBERT BARVA, lale of the city ot Lethbridge, In Ihs Province of AlWrte, who died on lha 13th day of February, A.D. TAKE NOTICE thai all persons having claims upon ihe estate of the above named musr file with I he undermentioned Solicitors by the 7lh day of September, A.D. 197? s full statement of their claims and of securl-t es held by them. HUCKVALE WILDE 4 KRUSHEL, Barristers and Solicitors, Acadla Building, Lethbridge, Alberta Solicitors for Ihe Executor, Frank Barva. Percy Towell, beloved husband ot Mrs. Hazel Towell of !012 6th Ave. S. who died in the city Monday, Aug. 2, 1971, at the age of 89 years, was held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 5, 1971, in the Christensen Chapel with Rev. E. R. Doyle officiating. Honorary pallbearers were Harry Grose, L. B. Knowlton, Thomas Graham, William Knox, Walter Palfrey and Earl Morris. Active pallbearers were Roger Salomonson. Gordon Coghlin, R. H. Wiggins, Glen Hamilton, Roger Stolz and Rex Booth. Interment was in the Field of Honor in Mountain View Ccmelrcy. Chrislensen Salmon Funeral Home Ltd., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge of the Children bounce with sheer pleasure on this TV turtle. Lovable, patient pet plus a TV hassock all in one. Use colorful scraps lo whip up and >ad plumply. Saves fine fiirni-urc wear nnd tear. Pattern 7 1 pnllern pieces. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS (coins) for each pattern (no stamps, please) add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling lo TI1IO I.KTimniDGK MF.RALD Readers Mail Limited fiO Street West Toronto 1, up hotels in Tel Aviv and rlaifa. Nadia Bashir Bardali, 28, of Morocco was sentenced to 12 years, her sister Marlene 21, to 10 years. Gvelyn 21, from West Germany, was given a 14-year sentence. The three were arrested last April as they arrived at Lod airport from France, carrying ex-riosives, detonators and timing levices hidden on their Libya is considered an underdeveloped country in comparison with Canada." Mr. Notley emphasized this disparity indicates the Alberta government's inability to adequately negoiiate with large international World Book for your child now. Call: HAZEL McKENZIE Lethbridge, Alberta 526-4213 Collect status their problem EDMONTON (CP) Rev. Raymond Schultz of Edmonton and Dorothy Moore of Calgary were appointed by ordcr-in-council lo Hie citizen's advisory board on UK Stains of Women. They are lo replace Marilyn Pilkinglon-Shaw and William N. Gray, who are unable lo continue on Ihe SAVE r" 60% 1 ON MUFFLER REPLACEMENTS WE HAVE: A MUFFLER FOR MOST CARS FREE INSTALLATION 10 MINUTE INSTALLATION 1 LIFETIME GUARANTEED MUFFLERS 1 FREE INSPECTION AND ESTIMATES 1 ALL AT 1 1 1 509 6th Avenue South Phone BUSES FOR SALE Bids will bo received by Ihe ynder-s gned unlll p.m. August 17, 1971 for the disposal ol Ihe following used school buses: G.M.C. 31 passenger. Serial No. 99452413SSBC. 4-cyllndcr motor. l.H.C. 36 pnssenqcr. Serial No. V.fl motor. 1940 I.H C. 3i passenger. singer weds KAANAPALI, Hawaii (AP) -Guitarist Laurindo Almeida and yric soprana Dcllra Enmon arc honeymooning in this Hawaiian resort after a quicl wedding. It was the second marriage for bolh Alomeidn, S3, n unlive of Brazil, nnd Miss Enmon. 3R, native of Canada. They s.nid they plan to live in Los Pinned by truck TORRINGTON (CP) Jacob Haffncr, 56, of Torrington, died in hospital from injuries received when a half-Ion (ruck he was repairing rolled off a ramp and pinned him. is 40 miles south of Red Deer. B1S3SBI27079C. V-a motor. These unlti will bt sold on an "as is" "where Is" basis and may be In-spec ed at the Divisional Garage In Plncher Creek. A deposit of 10% must accompany each bid, The hlnhesl or any bid not necessarily accepted. R .1. Roth, Secretary-Treasurer Plncher Creek School Division No, 29 Box JI9 PINCHER CREEK, Albtrla nKOPEN BUREAU LONDON (Renter) Iteulcr news ngcncy announced herr it ins decided lo reopen il.s in Peking. James Prinfile, H, has been appointed ;