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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - December 9, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta 30 IETHRRIDOE HERALD DoctimUr 1970 67 SERVICES AND REPAIRS r o SINGi All other I E IHBRIDGE I Cards Of In Memorianis APPL 905 3rd 70 GARDENING TREES ODD JOBS DONE Phone or HEDGE TRIMMING In DEATH CARDS OF THANKS AND YARO CLEAN i or L917lf FALL CLHAN ALL KINDS OF odd Phonu fi3Wtf 71 POULTRY AND SUPPLIES IJAMHK1CK Passed away in the city on De cember following a brief at baiul of of 810 17 Street Funeral arrangements will be announced w h e n Martin Directors of Funeral CI550 KUKKKTSON A special thanks lo U Kish and all the and orderlies of the intensive care unit in the beloved hus Municipal wtio looked Frances Bami after me so ucl1 l reallv ap preciated your Jiinmv 72 PETS AND SUPPliES SIGHT WANTED BEFORE CHRISTMAS Small puopy preferably part Phone PUREBRED BRITTANY SPAWEL5 eiqrit old Phone Snar We wish o extend our most sincere thanks a nd appreciation during out on fties recenl bereavement to J pallbearers and choir lo our many friends and re I a lives for donations and floral food and to those who helped in any way also to Martin Funeral Di lale Whittaker spent over rectors away suddenly in the city December Jack Barney beloved husband of Vera of 6 Wesigaie 1315 Scenic Born in Red Deer the years working with the Im perial Oil transferring to His wife Esther and I 7659 i FIVE GERMAN SHEPHERD Six weeks Phono after 5 p 78210 PUPPY FOR PEK Phone 78310 CHRISlVsAS KITTENS Phone 358 FOR DAD AT CHRISTMAS Germflfi StiorJhair 11 months schooled and worKi good in 71511 PUREBRED pies After o 1218 3rd A Pnone 53131 j TWO CHRISTMAS REGISTER eti Dachshund Black and tan also one aduli Will hold until 23rd with alter 5 33383JO or 733ij Pierzchala worked m i the mines at Bankhead and While in Lethbridge he had be come a verv active member of the Lethbridge Klks Lodge I wish lo The funeral senice will be slncfre lhallks to al i those who sen messages of j held at on Mn aml8 December 10 at lo those who in al mv home during my re Cnsfield c e t My ap I 812 II with Courtesy parking at rear of preciation lo Martin Bros Fu Interment will follow in pall Martin bearers and all those who par Directas of Funeral ticipated in the funeral Special thanks o my sisters arid sisterinlaw and their of i families in Chicago for their passed away in the comfort and Willow Creek Auxiliary La on December 805 at age 87 He was born in Poland on January 1883 He came lo Canada in 1909 lo then to Bel levue where he has resided Insurance in no danger of being crowded out JJy ALV1N ARMSTRONG Kingston WhigStandard CP The big brother I rend in government lo look afier so ual needs is having an impact on Ihe insurance in the view of a top executive in the worlds largest life insur ance But Floyd senior vicepresident of Canadian op ei ations for Prudential Insur ance of feels the impact is neither the kiss of death nor the threat of ab 01 ption oC the insurance in In an Bragg insisted that the insurance in dustry is not being crowded bui crowded lenged to find new He claimed that govern mentsponsored social pro with their goal of uni versal have served to underline the seen I clay in Canada he insurance business would be absorbed by Lhe g o v e r n in e n Bragg said nol i Ihe government has enough problems Portugal condemned lor action WALKOUT WALKERS Workers inarch toward Hyde Park in London Tuesday in support of a oneday strike called lo protest the Conservative governments legislation fo curb wildcat The line of between lines of British passes ihrough the Tower Hill section of Ihe 72A FUR BEARING ANIMALS CHRISTMAS SPECIAL pet Chinchilla for 7BS1I 73 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES CONFECTIONERY CENTRAL LO cflMon Low overhead Money rnrtkpr for right party Must sell Phone C1300S 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS Bankhead Bellevue until his retirement in He was a member of the Slovak Benefit So He was predeceased by i his Bronislawa in Novem ber one Joe in Medi cine in Survivors in clude four Frank and John of Steve of Bel Ted of Calgary two Potuzak of IMary Hulecki of Bellevue 19 grandchildren and 17 great Prayers will be I said in Cyrils Catholic Bellevue al Wednesday Decem IN MEMORIAM BARCLAY In loving mem ory of my dear wife who passed away December p remembered by hus band 813 Argentinas meal industry is faced ivith big problem UNITED NATIONS CP With Western representatives sitting on their the 15 ccmnlry Security Council con demned Portugal Tuesday for Us involvement in the invasion of Guinea last The Western countries on the United Brit France and ritv premise that is Ihe folin because elation of the insurance Indus 95 le lie although they an But trends to universal Pcrluguese involvement health Ihe resolulion was passed I 3 V special mission that was sent to Guinea after the 2223 in That mission reported that the tiny Marxist African state was invaded from the neighboring j Guinea with the aid I ol Portuguese armed The Western countries disa greed with language in the reso I lution that implied that a repetij i lion by Portugal of this incident I would mean imposition of mani rial cry sanctions against Britain also said it did not like Ihe implied link in the reso lution between NATO and Port i even talk of a guaranteed in come have created a climate in which the insurance busi ness has increased rather than NOT A CnAiVCh Asked if he saw even the re mole possibility that some Patte rn SCHWARTZ AGENCIES LIMITED ESTABLISHED 1927 College Phone 3283331 facililv 0505131 ber Requiem Mass will be I celebrated Decem ber 10 at InlermiVt 1 to follow in the family is in TRANS CANADA LOANS 3283347 pay 75 CONTRACTS ALUMINUM SCREEN AND STORM WINDOWS AMD FREE ESTI JONES C1539Tf GORGE RAVEN 1327 7th Kitchen rumpus re modelling and Phone GARAGE B U I L D I M CEMSMT worl and Anderson and Sorenson 1020 7th Phone C7j77f FRED 5TEWER CEMENT nld basements wsler In free Phone CUSTOM FRAMING TO ALL TYPES OF AND RUMPUS FUNERAL KING Funeral service for Joseph beloved husband of Maggie formerly j of Devon who died in the city after a long illness at the age j of 91 was held at Wednesday in the First j United Church with Eskdale Pallbear ers were William Kenneth Allan Peari son and Bryson and Robert Cremation fol Martin Di rectors of Funeral was in charge of the BUENOS AIRES AP Argentinas meat for generations the countrys big source of is caught in i a crisis growing out of ranch 1 ers and packers reluctance to modernize their i The system made huge i profits for 75 into the Now world demand for meat exceeds but Ar gentina is not cashing Meat exports are dominated by three foreignowned packing companies which op erate much as they did 50 years They prefer to split an animal and ship the sides to Europe in i Foreign markets prefer j canned or meat and above all chilled and frozen j Foreign buyers want i roasts and chops cut before the meat leaves Argen Packing companies say they c a n Tt profitably modernize until beef growers do the The ranchr here turns an animal loose on the rich pampa grasslands and lets the animal fatten He re fuses to invest in prepared improved breeding and the other elements necessary for intensive growth of larger He says taxes and the squeeze on prices by the big international packers make i investment for modernization too The largest of the big pack ers is Swift de la owned by Deltec International with and German The others are Anglo owned by Union International of and i Frigorificos Argentines Or whose owners in elude a holding com pany incorporated in Ltixem1 These companies process 40 per cent or more of They have been operating j since the early 1900s and once i controlled nearly all I The three companies sus pended exports in j saying the government must find a way to reduce produc tion The suspension threatens The companies claim loss of i million this year because the I price paid to ranchers has risen to 35 cents a about 16 cents a They say the price must drop to 25 cents a kilo before they can make a In three small j packing plants with modern I machinery report a total profit this year of Monte Carcarana and La all Argentine sell chilled and frozen cuts i Bengalis Part wins election Meat earns Argentina more than SSOfl million annually in foreign To protect this the government has adopted measures avor ini the packers but angering ranchers and the COST RISES The aim is to bring down prices paid to the rancher by reducing slaughter tor domes tic thus making i KARACHI l Router Sheikh more animals available for I M u j i b u r Rahmans Awami league emerged today as the The price of a sirloin steak I clear winner of Pakistans first in most restaurants has risen general election The fiery Bengalis party won 132 seats and was running i ahead in the final three of East i Pakistans 153 seals for the Na tional Nine seats remained to be contested in the Ganges Delta i disaster area in but the sheikh is expected to win i while the Awami League swept if victory in the more from 60 cents to nearly SI in recent Domestic consumption has doubled since the Second World Even poor Argentines eat beef Annual per capita consumption of nearly 200 pounds is among the worlds Government efforts to pro mote poH culed the The rate of inflation was per cent in the first nine months of compared with eight per cent in all Herds total 48 fewer than in pack ers and government agree that Argentina needs al least 70 million cattle to supply do mestic and export i He maintained that the gav Ihe insurance labor can work together to p r o vide full employment along with group insurance and other kinds of Otic of the new lo which his own company has recently lifted its eyes is that nf the mutual as distinct from Here the in addition In taking out insurance and paying p r e m i u in invests sums with his insurance com These are managed on the clients by com pany staff who analyze the industries with the greatest growth and stability poten tial and invest clients com mon fund in so many shares here and so many iheir eggs are nol put in one Bragg ex Investors purchase shares in the fund in either of two making an initial in vestment of a SISO and subsequent purchases in amounts of S100 or or by an investment of from lo a month over 30or 15 year The company charges a percentage fee for its serv It was nof until March of his year that revisions in the Canadian Insurance Act per mitted a life insurance com pany lo operate a mutual Bragg He gave as a reason the fear that one institution in so ciety might gain too much The softening of this posi tion Bragg attributed In two things at gov ernments recognition of the consumers and pres sures from the insurance in Insurance salesmen have flic same problem as other people in making a living in a lime of Bragg adding that the Cana dian Mulual Funds Associa which is made up of companies selling mutual exerted considerable pressure toward getting dual licensing for insurance sales so Ihey could sell mu tual funds as Bragg foresees a fur ther in the division of automobile where accident claims will be di vorced from blame and where the lessprincipled auto re pair shops will not be able tn quote one price if the owner is paying the bill and another if the insurance company is pay ing rk and ridij populous eastern region with its INCREASES ODDS When meat prices j majority of the leftist A survey in Japan found til e cost of living Peoples party of former foreign heavy smokers who also dra PUBLIC NOTICES PUBLIC NOTICE WARNING TO RESIDENTS OF THE COUNTY OF WARNER 5 Poison 1030 Coyote for Ihe pro AGRICULTURAL COMMITTEE Dli NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS CITY OF LETHBRIDGE IN THE MATTER OF THE PLANNING 1963 IN THE MATTER of City o Lelii bridge By Law No twino a By to amend ByLaw being tne City cf NOTICE on Tueidav Ins 2Sth day of at the hour oclock in the afternoon in the Council Chamber of City will hold a Public Hearing pursuant to Section 130 of ihe Planning Acl to con sider trio proposed ByLaw 7973 lo amend ByLrcv as fha Zoning JD Delight tots with a bright set of Santa pictures Embroider Santa pictures on fabric or paint on cardboard to i surprise Pattern 7475 transfer of two 7 x flV pic 1 2 Santas 7 and 1 faces x KIKTV CKNTS coi n s for each pattern no please add 5 cents for each pattern for first class mailing and special to TI1K LKTMIilllDGKHKHALD Headers Mail Limited fJO Front Street West Toronto Stanfield clobbered by mail on War Measures Act stand that minister Zulfikar Ali Bhutto I alcoholic beverages regularly emerged ris strong winners in died of cancer of the esophagus West at the rate of per Cableoar carries 5 lo death Italy AP A up from the Alto Adige village runaway cabtecar plunged down of Postal lo a on lha a mountainside in the Alnine foothills carrying five Klunlainslde members of a family lo their T1e brakes failed when Urn car reached the top of the Una The two and tile car plunged back women and a riding i craslung into a pylon at tha Uie privately operated cable lift i starting 1W TAKE NOTICE persons Solicitors by thu 15th flay nf n Mill pnent of I heir DAVIDSON WILLIAMS NOTICE TO CREDITORS AND CLAIMANTS occurs al military court trial Basque nationalists on trial here today rioted ami fried lo attack members of Ihe sevenman mili tary They screamed Hasque nationalist Po lice threw themselves on top of two men who tried in rush the benches ol the military One officer drew his The prisoners burst into sing ing A Basque marching song from the civil war when Ihn Idiijiiii Van ens The court wts cleared and ilie hearing continued behind closed OTTAWA CP What is a poor politician to do Opposition Leader Robert Stanfield has said the public clobbered him by mail for even his slightest reservation about Ihe governments 1G procla mation of the War Measures But he he U gel j ting some letters condemning him for supporting the principle of the public order sor to war and for al legedly not standing up For civil j His mail and thai of many other MPs indicates a questioning of the use of the 1 War Measures Aci was completely absent in the immc diatc wake of the assassination of Quebec Labor Minister Pierre Laporte by the Kront de Liberation du This questioning does no ap pear but i is grow IltOMITKI IIV Government officials say some of H is being prompted by testimony at the Montreal coro ners inquest into Laportes which Unds to portray a catchascalchcan opera tion compounded by police mis These souices say the escape of three wanted men through a secret closet in an supposedly thoroughly searched by police and when one suspect i was has given a fun andgamo aspect to the They add that tins in turn has made it much more difficult he government o f public credibility in its declara tion that there was a state of apprehended insurrection in Jean regional eco nomic expansion told he Commons thai up io UXK armed FLQ members could destroy downtown and that positions of authority in the province had been infiltrated by the terrorist Justice Minister John Turner said it never be possible to tell the whole STATKMHNTS Stanfield for one now is questioning all these October revolution statements and has done so in his three most recent speeches outside ihe have been living in a sort of dream manufac tured by rumor and misinfor he said Saturday al ary situation was pictured as be said three days earlier in There was lit famous story about Ihe plot lo overthrow I ho government of These turned out to DC just thatni and nothing There is no evidence of any coordinated conspir Whai is the Is it ac tually an organization with cen tral structures and leadership Or does it consist of people who decide to call themselves FLQ in order to justify an act of terrorism So I a we have no answer to thai I Al Stanfield j j said eight of every nine persons I arrested under the War Mea sures Act have been released without being Why has there been so little i real evidence brought forward j so far that such a conspiracy existed Any why have so few I people been caught and held We arent going to allow the Canadian people to be talked out of our right to in for mation by a government that all I too often has shown in the past that the two main qualities it possesses are arrogance and blind Government authorities nou say it appears that the FLQ has i no hierarchy or intricate appaj ralus but comprises several in dependent cells working more or less on their own without overall they that does no make pm less harder to knock out Government spokesmen alsoi say many of the statements made and actions taken earlv in liie were designed mainly i to buy time in the police him for the kidnappers more for the two men TKAVKL IT CP Mote than vehicles eanymg million persons travelled through Banff National Park be twcen April I and of this During the same period last million travelling in visited thc WINNING TICKETS Nick of Smoky displays the clgarolle coupons be used lo win by boating tbo system in a A doof he was cul off welfare for three months because of winning ;