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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 9, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta Cards Uf BIRTH LONG Mr. and Mrs. Ken Long of Lethbridge would like to announce the arrival of Mar- cel scout for Ken's Troop. Proud grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Garnet Long of Lethbridge and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Jepson of Bellevue. Great grandmother is Mrs. Stanley Chambers. Insured. 7432 DEATHS DEAN Passed away at Ta- her on August 1973 Angelina of Grassy at the age of 88 years. Funeral ser- vices will be conducted from Humphries Funeral Ta- ber on August 10 at 2 p.m. with Rev. Ray Heffel- fjflger officiating. Interment will follow in the Grassy Lake Cemetery. HUMPHRIES FU- NERAL are in charge of arrangements. C1173 MOSLEY Au- gust Walter aged 72 beloved husband of Mrs. Elsie Mosley of Pinch- er Creek. Born at cams to Pincher Creek as A where he has re- sided most of his life. Sur- viving in family besides his loving wife are one Tommy of Prince two two brothers. Fu- neral service in Pincher Creek United Au- gust 1973 at Rev. R. Putman officiating. Inter- Fairview Cemetery. In lieu of donations to the Canadian care of Ames Insurance. Funeral arrangements by EDEN'S FU- NERAL HOME Pincher Creek. C1174 ARNOLD Passed away in the city on August Mr. John Ajtai at the age of 70 beloved husband of Mrs. Christine Arn- old of 637 5th St. S. Ths funeral service will be held on Friday at 3 p.m. in Martin Bros. MEM- ORIAL 703 13th St. N. with Pastor W. Schoepp of- ficiating. Interment will follow in Mountain Vijw Cemetery. Friends may pay their respects at Martin Bros. MEMORIAL phone 328-2361. MARTIN BROS. Direct- ors of Funeral Service. C1175 DOUGAN William Henry formerly of Lethbridge passed away in B.C. on August at the age of 71 beloved husband of the late Kathleen Dougan of Lethbridge. He leaves to mourn his one son Harold of four grandchildren and one great-grandchild. He was predeceased by his wife in 1962 and by a son James in 1957. Funeral services will be held in the Christensen Chapel on Fri- August 10th at 2 with Elder Glen Sillito officiating. Interment will follow in the family plot in the Mountain View Cemetery. CHRISTEN- S E N SALMON FUNERAL HOME Directors of Fu- neral Service. C1177 CAHOON Miriam beloved wife of Golden L. Ca- hoon and daughter of William L. and Beatrice M. passed away in the Cardston Hospital on Aug- ust She leaves to mourn her passing besides her hus- band and two daugh- Mrs. Wendy Ramberg of and Deborah K. Cahoon of two sons William L. of Calgary and Lloyd D. of one Shanna Ham- one Win. Lloyd Bennett of and a Darlene B. Watkins of Germany. Funeral services will be held in the Al- berta Stake Chapel on Satur- August llth at 1 with Bishop Bryce Cahoon of- ficiating. Interment will follow in the Cardston Cemetery. SALMON FUNERAL Directors of Funeral Service. C1176 PUBLIC NOTICE THE LIQUOR LICENSING ACT PUBLIC NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR DINING LOUNGE LICENCE Public notice Is hereby given that MANDARIN RESTAURANTS LTD. to apply to The Alberta Liquor Control Soord for a Dining Lounge Licence to sell and wine by the glass for consumption on the following described MANDARIN RESTAURANTS LTD. MANDARIN RESTAURANT U24 Mayor Magrath LETH- Lot M. Block Plan No. 4513 H.H. Objections to this application shall be made forth- with to The Liquor Control Edmonton. at this n day ol 1973. MANDARIN RESTAURANTS LIMITED PRESIDENT SWEENEY SUN BM DEATH WAGGONER Abby Ger- Memorial Cut following a lengthy illness. Born mov- ed to Alberta in 1917 with her husband Alexander. Lived at Ke- vin and finally Cut where she resided until her death. Mrs. Waggoner's grandsons and great-grandsons acted as pallbearers for furneral servic- es with interment following in Crown Hill Cemetery. 7482 CARDS OF THANKS JACOBS I would like to extend my thanks for the many kindnesses shown to me dur- ing my stay in the Municipal Hospital. I want to thank the doctors and the many kind nurses and a special thanks for the gifts of visits and other things given to me while I was in the hos- pital. Jacobs. 7480-10 BIGGERS I would like to thank everyone who supported me by buying or helping sell tickets in the Bohanza Day Queen Contest. A special thanks to the Courts CWL. Biggers 7436 SACCOMANI I wish to thank my doctor and the nurs- ing staff for the courtesy and good care extended to while a patient at St. Michael's during a brief illness. A. Saccomani 7481 IN MEMORIAM MILFORD Russ beyond the Where loveliness never He dwells in a beautiful 'Neath the blue and golden skies. There's a memory That winds away Ffom my own To yours today. A tender friendly Of sweet acd precious thoughts All fragrant with the scent Me Note'' And every single With my thoughts so I'll take your And go down a WITH we shall meet once All our Jackie and Lana 7434 Pattern She'll love all the new fashions in this pattern. Crochet QUICKIE wardrobe for dolls Use 3-ply fin- gering string. Pattern surplice dramatic jacket incl. SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS for each pattern cheque or money order. Add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling Alice care of Print plainly PATTERN ADDRESS. Totally New 1373 Necdlecraft Catalogue crammed with crochet crafts. 150 designs. FREE directions. 75 cents. THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 60 Progress Ave. Ont. MIT 4P7 IN MEMORIAMS KURUTZ In loving mem- ory of John Sr. who passed away August 1966. Sweet are the Bilently We smile with the but never forget. loved and remem- bered by his children and grandchildren. 7433 PERKINS In loving mem- ory of a dear father and who passed away August 1972. Peacefully resting at Earth's weary troubles and trials are past. In silence he in patience he God called him home to suffer no more. Wherever we whatever we do Always we remember you. family 7485 won't tolerate' farm income subsidies British Labor team makes gain LONDON A public opinion poll published today shows the Labor party pushing ahead of the governing Con- servatives in popularity and the resurgent Liberal party close on the Tories' heels. The poll was carried cut by the Opinion Research Centre for The Times and Independent Television news. Voters were asked how they would vote if a general election was called now The result was 41 per cent La- 30 per cent Conservative and 26 per cent three per cent others. A month ago the polling was Labor Conservative Liberal 18.5 and others four. Prime Minister Edward Heath does not have to call an- other general election until 1975 unless he is defeated on a ma- jor vote in Commons. And with a Conservative majority of more than 20 in the that is not likely. Pattern 4565 Lean and long-waisted above a breeze of pleats that blows the skirt out Top it for travel with matching or con- trast jacket. Printed Pattern NEW Half Sizes Size takes 2 yards 60-inch fabric. SEVENTY FIVE CENTS in coins for each pattern-add 15 cents for each pattern for first-class mailing and special handling. Print plainly STYLE NUMBER. Send order to ANNE care of THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 60 Progress Ave. MIT 4P7 Prtot plainly PATTERN NUM- YOUR NAME AND AD- and the name of the Lethbridge Herald. DO NOT it to The Herald. EDMONTON Faced with rapidly rising food consumers no longer will toler- ate income subsidies to high- income commercial the opening meeting of the Am- erican Agricultural Economics Association 'has been told. This is one of the major changes that will have to be faced by the agricultural policy makers both in the United States and Canada as the re- sult of the shift to farm short- ages from but the experts tackling the farm pol- icy problems failed to agree on how the policies will change. The meeting was told the change in North America's food markets has taken place much faster than anticipated. Changes in policies will have to place much greater emphasis On consumers and may alter the relationship between Can- ada and the United States. Dr. J. C. Gilson of University of Manitoba agricul- tural said the cur- rent shortage of food the growing resentment of con- sumers about escalating prices confronts agricultural policy- makers in Canada with some difficult Dr. George an agricultural economist at Pennsylvania State anticipated the U.S. ment will have to abandon poli- cies which subsidized food pro- duction and provided income to farmers. policies of the U.S. for nearly the last decade seem objectionable for their exces- sively large and avoidable transfer of income from the public to larger farmers def- initely in the better off por- tion of the Both emphasized dramatic changes have occurred in the food market place and Dr. Gil- son said it was ironic that the U.S. after years of food dis- posal programs finds it necessary to restrain or dis- courage food Dr. Brandow said as recent- ly as the U.S. government was paying farmers for with- holding 60 million acres from production. last has been so dramatic an exception to the usual situation that many observers do not expect chronic surpluses to he said. Dr. Gislon said the two coun- tries may find at least in the short dis- couraging agricultural exports to secure food supplies for do- mestic use. Dr. Brandow said a strategy is needed of drawing forth agriculture's productive capacity should it be needed and of dealing with over- capacity should it One policy shift he antici- pated would permit agriculture policies in the two countries to work-better particu- larly supplying feed grains to beef and poultry producers. But Dr. Gilson suggested a different trend with govern- ment taking a much greater role in Canada through direct intervention in the market- place and control through mar- keting board legislation. There now are more than 100 producer marketing boards in he said. The which can take ad- vantage of high food prices to eliminate costly farm support probably will turn to greater free market oriented farm Dr. Gilson said. Dr. Brandow sj_id the two countries' agricultural policies could get closer by establishing free trade in feed grains and oilseeds and by assuring that tariffs on livestock and poultry products are low. The wheat he should remain independ- ent but even close co- operation is essential. The joint meeting is a first for three major North Ameri- can agricultural and economics the American Agricultural Economics Associ- ation and the Western Agricul- tural Economics both from the and the Canadian Agricultural Econo- mics representing Can- ada. Auguit 1973 THi UTrHUIDOl HIUUD Minister gives special report QUEBEC Justice Min- ister Jerome Choquette said here he has turned over to the Quebec police commis- sion a special police report con- cerning alleged links between Jean-Jacques sus- pended Montreal police and underworld figures. The which includes Federal shipping laws tightened OTTAWA A govern- ment bill designed to clear the cobwebs out of this country's shipping laws would extend fed- eral power over marine pollu- tion problems to the high seas. The introduced in the Commons would set up a maritime code aimed even- tually at replacing the Canada Shipping Act and related navi- gation and shipping laws. The transport department an- nounced that the 87-page bill is only the first step in tightening federal shipping legislation. It includes the first two books of what is intended to be a five- book maritime code. The re- maining sections will be in- troduced later. The first book deals with the application of Canadian law to Canadian and foreign ships and will enable better federal con- trol over pollution a govermeut source said. The bill would allow the fed- eral government to extend its authority to shipping accidents on the high seas where such ac- cident may lead to damage of the environment within Cana- dian waters.' The government source said there is no such provision in the law now. Foreign ships passing through Canadian territorial waters would bs exempt from federal law except for certain aspects such as environmental pro- tection. Under the proposed legisla- any provision on en-Jron- mental matters applying to all ships includes foreign vessels passing through Canadian wa- ter. The government is expected to spell out the marine pollution provisions more fully in a later section of the code. The bill also provides for greater public consultation on shipping which would be published 30 days be- fore taking effect. This would allovy time for objections. In- quiries might be held if objec- tions were filed. The second section of the code applies to Canadian own- ership of vessels. It is designed to ensure better security of more efficient regis- tration procedures and guaran- tee of Canadian management control. Summary offences are tried in magistrate's court while in- dictable considered more may be tried in higher courts. tapes and telephone cwvew ttons between Mr. a former Montreal police officer and alleged underworld was presented to Mr. last week by Rene Montreal Urban Community po- lice chief. Mr. Choquette also said he will leave it up to the police charged with the investigation of organized crime in the to interrogate Roland the former po- lice officer involved. Published reports have said that the police report to Mr. Choquette recommends the re- opening of the police commis- sion inquiry that found Mr. Saulnier incompetent for the po- lice chief's job in August last year. Questioned about the Mr. Daigneault my view everything was Mr. who has been on paid leave of absence since the has said he will ap- peal his case to the Supreme Court of Canada. VICTIM OF PLOT Breaking a lengthy silence on the allegations which made him the centre of debate hi the Que- bec national assembly before its summer the suspended chief said last week he has been the victim of a plot. He said a group of Montreal policemen who resented his 1971 appointment as police chief set out to obtain his resignation. Mi'. Choquette indicated in his statement Wednesday that the police report did not seem to justify the reopening of the in- after consultation with judicial He that the evidence might be used by the commission at its inquiry Into organized which has ad- journed public hearings for the or in any other the commission may take under the law. peg. 79'qt. Our Season Motor Oil can be used for your first and subsequent oil changes without jeopardizing your new car warranty. A great oil for summer and winter driving. Save on pouring spout Curved spout. Hardener steel .cutter. For cans. Reg. 98e. Oil filter wrench Better quality. 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