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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta Wetlnujdoy, Auguil 9, 1975 THE LFTHBRIDGE HIRAID 27 BirlL, k'lnunamt BIRTH DUNN Hicliard and Ksllur Dunn proudly wish lo announce the birtli of Uicir Ion" nwallcd son, Hicliard Scott. Scott was July 28, 1U72 weighed 8 Ibs. 02. Insured. 6812 DEATH DUill.lN Passed away In C'oaldalc on Wednesday, Aug- ust 9, Mi's. Margaret Ilulilin, at llic age of years, beloved wile of Mr. Philip liuli- ]in of Coalrtalc. Funeral ar- rangements he announced when completed. MARTIN liliOS. LTD., of Die Funeral Service. C35U2 FUNERAL DAtiGALHY Funeral ser- vice for Mary llaggaley, who died in Fort Maclcod Friday, Aug. 4, 1972, at the age of 77 yews, was held at 2 p.m. Tues- day, Aug. It, 1972, in Trinity Uni- ted Church, Fort Maclcod, with Hugh Peck Pall- bearers were Ed and Bill Mer- rill, Harold Colcman, Hill (iomcrsall, Stuart McNeil and Max Sanderson. Interment was in the Union Cemetery. Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Fort Mac- leod, Directors of Funeral Ser vice, was in charge of the ar nmgemonts. FUNERALS GAMA.CI1I1: funeral ser- vice (or Elizabeth Ciamache, who died in Pinclier Creek Thursday, Aug. 1972. the age ot 117 years, was held al 10 a.m. Monday, Aufi. 7, 1072, in Kt. Michael's Iloman Catholic Church, Pinchcr Creek, with Rev. D. I'urschke officiating. Pallbearers were Allen nnd Wil- fred Baldwin, John, Kenneth, I a n d Nelson Gamache, anil James Nichols. Interment was in the Fairvicw Cemetery. Men's Funeral Home Ltd., Fort Maclcod, Directors ot Fu- neral Service, was in charge ot the arrangements. CARD OF THANKS KANUAS I wish to ex- press my sincere thanks to the doctors; nurses and staff of In tensive Care and east w units of SI. Michael's llospita lor the efficient care and kind ness extended. Special thank? lo the Granum Elks, neighbors and relatives for the summer fallowing, cards, visits and en quirics during my hospilaliza lion. 11 was all greatly apprc elated. Kangas THIESSEN .Funeral ser- vice for Jakob J. Thiesscn, be- loved husband of Mrs. Anna Thiesscn of Coaldalc, who died Wednesday July 20, 1072, at the ape of 79 years, was held at 2 p.m. Saturday, July 1972 with Rev. Peter Kotzbff offi- ciating. Pallbearers were Dave Cocrtzcn, Abe Dyck, Herman Neufcld, Jim Bayford, Irwm Uiek and Bob llandsacme. In terment was in the Coaldale Cemetery. Martin Bros. Lid., Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge ot Ihc arrange- ments. HANKY' Funeral service for Harry Way Haney, belovec husband of Mrs. Haney of Picture Tiutte, who died al residence in Piclure Butte Fri- day, July 2IJ, 1972, al the afie ol 89 years, was held al 3 p.rn Monday, July 31, 1072 at llic Kouthminster United Church in Lcthbrklgc w 11 h Rev. Di- ll W. K. Klliolt oflicialing Pallbearers were Ken and John Wickend, Norman anil Joe Woodhouse, Dick and Torn Haney. Honorary pallbearers j were Clifford Reynolds, Men Dunn, Mosh Twamoto, David Oliver, Cyril Noble and John Maier. fntermenl was in Ihe Mountain View Cemetery. Mar- tin Bros. Ltd., Directors of Fu- neral Service, was in charge of the arrangements. IN MEMORIAMS EDWARDS In loving mem- y of a dear husband and fain- Jack, who passed away ug. 9, 1970. remembered by Jean and family. KURUT7. n loving memory John Kurutz, who passed away August 0, remem- bered by his family. XEKTIF, In loving mem- ory of a dear son, father, and brother, Giulio Bertie, who passed away July 20, A thought, a prayer, a secret tear, Then a silent wish that you were here. loved nnd remember- ed by his mother Marie Berti and his wife and family. 5S11 Sheer Mist Pantie Hose Hot Wheels Truck MC.M.I Rag. Hostess Chips Wagon Wheels R.g. 2 1.00 HAND FED TIGER Kundur, the Philadelphia Zro's 250-pound Siberian tiger, is hand-fed by Ann Hess of the Zoo's Research Kundur, a male, had root canal treatment to his two lower canine teeth by two denlists from the Uni- versily of Pennsylvania. Tax Column. 6771 Jolitical party financiers still pondering Bill C-211 By I, II. ASPKR Willi provincial election already under way and the air heavily .scented with the aroma of a fall federal election, poh'li- cn] parly financiers arc gazing sadly at Bill C-211, as yet un- passed and likely to remain so at least until after the federal election. MAXWICM, Funeral ser- vice for lioss Maxwell, who died at Tabcr Tuesday, Aug. 1, 1972, at the age of 55 years, was held at 1 ]i.m. Saturday, Aug. 1972 in Die Mavlin Bros. Traditional Chapel with Ilcv, Blake Anderson officiating. Pallbearers were Jack Look, Tony Voller, Foxy Bye, Dill Wrighl, Ramsey Karnis and Cliff Danherger. Inlermenl was in the Archmotnit Memorial (lardcn. Humphries I'1 u n e r a 1 Home Ltd. Tabcr, Directors of Funeral Service, was in charge oT Ihc arrangements. GREENF, Funeral service lor I'earl Ilermina (irccnc, loved wife of Ihe late Mr. Mar- vin Taylor firceiic, who (lied ir. Ihe city on Monday, July SI 1972 al llin age of 73 years, was held ul 1 p.m. .Saturday, Aug 5. 1072 in the Martin Urns. Me morial C'.iapol with I'KsKir W. .1.1 Gamble officiating. I'allheaiers were Alinn and fili'n CIreene, John Stadheiin, I'.ictirird l''g- Innd, Frank Tcskey and Dale Anderson. Honorary pallbearers were Ilakon Anderson, Hud Schneider, Wilfrcl Greene, Fral Cirimslcy and Morris 01- SinnEI- Funeral service for Frances Anna Siedol, of Warner, liclovcd '.sife of the laic Frank M. Sicdrl, who died in tlie city, Sunday July 3d, 1972, at the nsc of IKl years, held at II a.m. Wednesday, AuR. 2. 1972 in Our I.ndy of Ixnirdos Catholic Clnirch, Warner, Aha. with llev. Falhpr Ilmre Field as eelebranl. rallbenrers were Waldo lloss, Terry N'elson, Mil- ton Peterson, James Olson, I'yne nnd Ili'iuy Hanows. Hon- Python her livelihood G211, given first BINGHAMTON, N.Y. (AP) Heidi McCarthy's loss in New York states' floods was a little different. She applied and received a Small Business Adminis- tration loan of lo re- place an Indian Python, her wardrobe a.i an exotic dancer and props for her acl. T h c shapely brunette, known r-s The Sr.ake Dancer, was working at a nightclub in Corning in mid-June when (lie Chemung Hivcr, hil by the rains of Tropical Storm Allies, flooded and demo- lished the lounge. Mrs. McCarthy's cifihl-foot- Inng dancer partner. Velvet, disappeared, nlong uith her costumes nnd her job. Mrs. McCarthy borrowed a python and quickly found a job here. She said last week most of (In: SP.A loan money will lownrd finding the right py- orary pnl lbe.'ircrs Jack McKay, I-ee Frandsen, Frank ('asseil. Irvin and Irvine Mor- ton, Dickson, Oliver Koice, Baker, Andrew Hale Karl Ilulchinson, nnd Jack I.uker. Interment was In the Warner Cemetery. Marlin Hros Ltd., Directors rf l-'tinrral Sor vice, was in of (he nr rangcmcnls. limn lo replace Velvet and hav- ing il shipped lo Minglmmton. "it's very diflicull to fiixl the right snake lo vvir.'k she snid, because o( the problems of tempera- ment. rl "anker attempts trip HOTTKflDAM (AIM The first loaded tanker ever to at- tempt a crossing of the North- west Passage left today for the Cannd an Arctic, Finnish tanker Palvn, read in May but left on the order paper when the House re- cessed in July, is an act to permit tax credits to those who contribute financially to tho Canadian political process. This lias been denied to taxpayers in the past. The plan alms at using lax credits to make it more attractive for the average Canadian to finance political part ies rather than force the party to seek aid from organiz- ed special-interest groups who may contribute with strings at- tached. The Parliament, called the Election Act, provides that any taxpayer can deduct from the tax lie otherwise pay, one-third of Ihc nmotmt he has contrib ulccl to a registered party or to a candidate for election to the [House of Commons. The rnaxt j mum tax; reduction each year is set at per person. Thus, for any contrihutlon t a political parly or federal can clidale one could receive a tan subsidy ot one-third of his politi cal contribution of up to per person per year. There arc some easy rules t follow. Any claim for a politica tax credit must be accompaniccnse, there is Ihe party's urrv rella campaign which is even lore costly. It is estimated that the last askatchewan election saw ex- penditures of nearly million nd Ontario's provincial elcc on expenses are placet! any- where tetwcen million am 20 million. Unless political par- ies and candidates can fund a vay of soliciting funds from the otal public, they run the ever increasing risk of becoming the pawns of large corporate am abor organizations, many o which do not even have theii leadquarters in Canada. Thi replications for this country an serious. Bill C-211 is only one ap- iroach. There are others. An- ther plan worth considering is hat which allows each taxpayer o designate to which political iarty, if any, he wishes to con- ribuLe He does this on his ax return. There would then be laid that amount out of his in- come tax to the party of. his choice. This could inject over million per year into the hands ?f the political parties and sig- nificantly reduce their depend- ency upon large correspondingly reduce the in- fluence of major donors on po- litical decisions. In Manitoba, shortly after tak- ing office, the NDP attacked the problem from the opposite end. Rather than create incentive to encourage financial contribu- tions from a broader spectrum of the publi c f Manitoba has passed legislation to limit the amount a candidate or party can spend in an election. So Ear its effect hasn't been tested in a general election, but because that kind of restriction is diffi- cult to enforce, it is doubtful that it will have the desired ef- fect. Perhaps the answer lies in striking middle ground between controlling the amount parties and candidates can spend and having public funds through tax credits applied to election ex- penses. (Mr. Aspcr Is a Winnipeg law- ver) Maraschino box. Reg. 97c Facelle Royale I ISSUe Z roll pack. Reg. 39c Sale I D 10 per bag barbage Bags Reg. 2f0r96c sale Reg 39C Sal. 9 3. 4 for 5 for 88c m fiRr H Sale OOC Reg. 97c Sale Oddities in the News NEWARK, England (AP) Note for those who think conservationists should go climb n tree: Andrew Doggie did so Monday and spared a 200-year-old elm from the axe. The 44-year-old mailman perched 30 feet up in the ven- erable elm and declared he would slay there during his entire month of vacation to kep the Newark council from felling the tree to make room for a soccer field. The council held n special meeting antl decided lo put the field elsewhere. individuals seeking public ofticc do so at the- ruuniciwil and vinciiil levels. Tho bill discrimi- nates tlu'iu J'rovincin) polittcril parlies cr.uld probably tfel around ttie provision that says the tax credit applies only lo contribu- tions made lo registered federal parlies, in that most federal parlies do not distinguish or themselves from their Tlie tons bound for Hae Point on Melville Tslncd. AL Uotlcrdnm she was loadnl with tons of air- craft fiu'l dcslinod for oil op orations in the Arctic. A previous lankcr crossing of tho Northwest Passage w a s niado by Ihc American ship Munhatlaii in but the II V BfK) ton s a i 1 c d empty. i vision in (ho provincial There could Ihvis be a field. flow- through from Ihe federal parlies to their provincial affiliates. With those exceptions, Ihc fed- eral plan Is progressive nnd should lie welcomed. H is cer- lainly more realLslic than what the Carlcr commission on tax reform recommended in its pro- posal, (hen regarded as a major Carter proposed a tnx credit of only one-quarter r[ donations with n maximum credit of for an individual or SlflO per family per year. The federal bill represents a realis- tic and enlightened approach to n very serious which, if nol. checked, has rami- fications far dangerous than the average Canadian might that Canadian politicians and their parlies remain answerable to a Air force officers promoted OTTAWA (CP) A new wsting for one senior air force officer and promotions for two ot tiers were announced today the defence department, Brig.-Gon. C. S. Gilliat. 50. a nalivc of Annapolis, N.S., has >ocn picked as secretary of staff willi Supreme Headquar- Icrs Allied Powers in Europe. A lighter pilot during (lie Second World War, he has been dircc- lor-gencrnl of air forces at de- fence headquarters here. Taking over Gen, (ri Hint's post i.s Rrig.-Gcn. W. J. Buzzn, fighter-bomber pilot and nalivc of Hamilton. He was promoted from colonel and pre- viously served as director of air operational rcruline-ss. The department WALTHAM, Mass. (AP) A bumper sticker firm here hopes the third time is the charm and has started pro- duction of a new sticker for the Democratic presidential campaign. Norsid Corp, had printed some McGovern-Eagle- ton slickers by last week wh en S ena tor Thorn as F. Eeagleton withdrew as Sena- tor George McGovern's run- ning mate. T h c. n production was switched to McGovcrn-Miiskie when the company got "good vibrations" that Senator Ed- mund S. Muskie would be the new vice-presidential candi- date. Muskie said Saturday he would not run. Now the slickers will read 1 cG ovc rn- S hriv or f o] lowing Ihc acceptance by Sargent Sbriver of the bici last Satur- day. B. 1.49 Asso. Reg. 57c............ Sate Mr. Freeze Pops ng. 9 Aspirin 2ov. Reg. 1.37........ g Children's Aspirin R.B. 3u............saie 3 88c Sparkle Deodorant Magnetic Compasses 22 Long Rifle Shells Reg Fridge PClk large. Reg. 1.29................... H Garden Tool Set 3.Pc. 2 Shampoo Bath Spray 88c i Air Deflectors Reg 139.. ...................s.i. 88c 1.88 SALE ITEMS 88c Sale 88C S8c nounced Col also Jamc-.s Da vies, 51, a Winnipeg native, is being promoted lo brigadier- general effective Sept. 1 and moved to headquarters as di- rcctor-tfenorat of postings and careers. An observer during llic war, lie is commander of forces baso Toronto. Peace ship instigator plans fast WEST NEW YORK. CAP) Ahie J. Nathan, who wants to broadcast messages of peace to Arabs and his fellow Israelis, says he will fast until ho raises enough to sail his I'cace Ship to Ihe Middle Easl. Nj.lhan, (old an audience of 250 aboard the ship Sunday, "Even Gandhi said il was right lo fast as a last resort achieve something you want." "This ship deserves a chance lo bring pcorle of different faiths said Nathan, a former Israeli fighter-pilot. Nathan said moro Is required (o finish outfitting the ship, which already has worth of equipment, including radio Iransmillcrs. The ship has Iwcn docked here for tho past 10 months. (Pkg. of 16) Septic Tank Cleaners. Reg. 2.98 Charcoal Briquets Black and Decker (jig Reg. 2.49 SALE ITEMS Sunlight Detergent Reg. Sale Limit 2 per customer PHONE 327-4240 CENTRE VILLAGE MALL ;