Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - February 1, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
16 THE LETHBKIDGE IILKAtD Tuesday, February 1, 1972 74 LOANS INVESTMENTS TRUDY L'nr Write Ror M 75 CONTRACTS Lower taxes and tariffs Cabinet changes supported by Conservatives are irrelevant OTTAWA I IT) Lower i welfare programs or "rireserva-1 meslic needs should be made John Turner replaced K. J. Ben- OTTAWA (CP) Prime Mm- laxcs, Icwcr tiiriffs and closer liim of Canadian ocimoink- inde- before, embarking on lavRi'-M'ale son as [inanci- niini-.ter and j islcr Trralcau's ratacl clv-ingcs econoinie lies with Ihe Unite! peralencc." resource sales. j Kulierl Andras succeeded Itnn "are rally irrelevant" to tlie SUite.s have been supported by A m a j o r i I y said Can.ida The delegates suppoitnl a j Uasfurd a.s cunsumer and carpo-1 business community Ihc Coiwi'vnlivP party's mem- should vigorously pursue a i vosolnli'r: urging establishmem rate affairs minister, Mr. Or-; Ihc cabinet contains all hcrship in Ihe results of a wide- "selective lowering" and in of a Canada-H.S. economic com-1 man said: Ihe same people as ranging ballot released i sonic rases elimination of tar- today. The parly has begun In pub- j Roods, lo (lie exienl Ihal "HH- mst all before, mission, with equal I'.S. and "II is very difliculf lo judge President Noil V. German of Iho i f f s im highly-mannfarlirml C a n a d i a n representation, In j new mini i and we can't anv conc'ii- Cansulinn Chamber of Com- inr-rcc said Monday. lish results'of Ihe balloting car- j action would cncmirai'c Ihe giivernmer.ls on economic pol- j sinus fnim II. When a bill like! Alter Ilic chamber's annual ried out al its national policy i port of proL-i-ssed gnods anil n! i icy awl recommend atlion the cnmpetitinn bill is in'.ra-. presentation of its convenliim Dec .1 lo 7 renewable resources from Can-1 Wliilo welcoming Irade with riuccd In Ihe g.ncrimionl. il is j policy proposals lo a cabinet Today's rcsulls covered ecu- 1 ada." Hie US., Ihe Conservatives sun- I not Minister's J meeting presided over hy Mr. nomic growth, regional develop-j A smaller per ported greater efforts In in- j Mr. Hiisford hns pcrs mal I Trudoao, Mr. Herman indicated incut, aKrieulture and Canada "should use j crease trade with oilier coun-, pride in Ihe govcin- j the h u s i n c s s m c n 's group Ihc critical need in Ihe United Iries. I mrnl's liiil. .seemed to make few yards. Stales for Canadian re-' In tlie issue of fnreij'n j "The mure intelligence. Ii- three main ta.xalion. Delegates volcd on S71) rcsoln- lic-ns at (he convention, but Illil results are not binding on Con- sen-alive U-artcr Robert Slan- sources as leverage in anv ne-, incut, the delegates supported and experience in the concerned Ihe government's rc- goliatinns for :.nch a putin- j incentives lo Canadian investors; ealiinet the better, but you can't] cent tax [cgishilion. ils proposed The delegate said oncrgv ralher than controls on oiilsul-j have a cabinet of inn or so. j li-lior code amendments, and its "Doctor, how long can you keep licr in lust annul, catching up on my bills.1' jbcall J Clt 11 I (i 'di -Ji field. I ports lo lulled lie is expected lo lai down of- should be linked "M ficial partv policy as Ihe cam- ports. paign for the federal For example, they said, quc-sl'oa have yet lo he. expected this under-j demand fnr natural gas should li.shcd way. countered hy Canadian cV- j enliven- ing of i. national conference Hul Ihc refills of the bull: of and the changes are really irrel- Ilie i-e.sohiiiuns dealing with Ihc evant as as we're con- In the field of ia jority of (he delegates supported lax incentives to industry lo im- prove produclivily and general lax reductions as anti-inflation mands for a "fair share of I U.S. oil marke1. j establish prioriiies and policies IM Ihey said Canada should relating lo foreign investment." concentrate on exporting fin- ayricuitni'C. the deiegaies ishod so "s m'L I resnluiJoiis for tax and I I elemanaini J j measures, rather than Ingncr jobs by the unplanned .selling of benefits to farmers and -V LlMys n.llnr.'ll msniM-fi I .......t.-c__. .._ PUBLIC NOTICES! NOTICE TO TENDER CARD5 OF THANKS I wish (o thank DEATHS 1 STCDENKO Passed away 1 lenly in HID city on Mon- i Hie dneiors. nurses and staff of i January .11, 1972, .Mr. SI Michael's Hospital for Ihe I S e Sludenko at the age nf J kindi.c r cars, of 712 1 Avenue S. liclll i I ral arrangements will he- meed when completed. MM TIN BROS. LTD. Dircc-1 I I of Funeral Service. i i COII90 i taxes. They also passed rcsolulions calling for incentives that encourage Canadian ownership of industry find prowlli of la- bor-intensive indii.st.ries, and fnr rodncLion of pox ernmcnl nalural A complete ime.nlorv of do-1 farmers. iiinro mjji'kcling inroi'inaiion for hill. The bill not menLioncfi hy cabinet ministers responding lo the chamber's Mr. German the chain- brief, Mr. Ormnn .said. Some her wauls more dircjl eonsulu'i- change.s may bo made in the lion between pivtrnment p.nd j Irbor code, and Ihe Jtnders in pi'opnsed I like Hie rest of Ihe will g'jveniinent prjliey before i! is! have lo uaH until the next fecl- nnnounccd. This .should be done I cral budget to see what furlhci1 llii'ot'ffh advisory hoards. j Lax changes are proposed. "Mr. fiaslord called people! A Calgary lawyer, Mr. Ger- in and Lnlkcd lo them about the i man heads Die Medicine Hal principles and fundamentals of j Green Houses as well as the ttankruplcy Act before he'1 chamber. decided on any changes in il. If He avoided a direct answer Slow-groivth areas should re- shown me while a pa- :o the many friends ml rcls'ivcs for visits, cards, treatment, r's anil flowers. Sly heartfelt HICV SUGGEST IIIGMKlt TAXES Half the voters said Canadi- ans should be willing lo pay he'd done the same with Ihe eonipeli'iic.n hill before tab'ing il, il ivou'd have been vciy use- ful, lie Ins br wlicn asked whether it is true thai there is a wide gap be- tween the government and Henry Hunter Passed away at WIYCIII'K on Monday, Jan- i press our ii t Lhal for increased old- i minority Mr. Steve Far-i appreciation loom- friends and j increased taxes lor environmen- tal protection, improved de- fence, expanded health care and Former slate t-ocrtliiry PC an :t liio age of 68 >cars, of! for tlieir many acts of .0) 6th Avenue S. Funeral ar-. kindness expressions of PROVINCE OF AtCERTA DEPARTMENT OF HIGHWAYS f, TRANSPORT Cement.-: be announced sympathy shmn] us during our I e n oomplclcd. MARTIN recvnt iMrcavemcnL Thanks lo BROS. LTD.. Directors of Fu- UIL- doctor nul nurses at Inc. I neral Si-.vic-e. CMIH Coaldale Community Hospital. I -1 1 I II 111 JI. Mrs. Nellie B'oycliuk and ramil-v Mil dent Nixim ami his lead- President Nixon ing Democratic o p p o n c n I. e, he has Maine are in a standoff in fins yet lo meet the major obstacle to better Washington-Peking relations. "What kind of price Peking year's presidential election, the Gallup poll reports. The poll says Muskie, would receive. 42 per cent of the vole doing it now, hiisinc-s eoinmnnity in Canada, after the facl." i He paid, however, that business Tlic ccnr.K'tilien bill, lo lie re-! likes lo bave cleEr-cul rules set introduced at the next session of by en which it can plan for Parliament, extends anli-ecm- j tbo next 25 to -10 years. Too bines Ir.w lo the service as well j many government policies are as industries, subject to discretionary rulings. It also proposes (o the j lie ad.'lnl laws apinsl misleading advcr- i Asked about cabinet changes and unfair markclirg. announced Friday, in which is going lo cliarjc us for con- tinning recuynitiuu of Taiv. an i Bc Kepublican Nixon would Prr ccnl Court orders Ihal ft Ihe hie bone in tlie Clco Be- atrice. passed away in Card- slon on Sunday, January .10. al. Ihe age of 73 years. loved wile of the late Senate Shc.'wood. She loaies lo mourn her passing two sons, liay- moMd of Washington and I''lovd case issue uere held now with Ihe Maine i Rusk said in an inter- Democrat as his parly's candi- i view. IN MEMORIAMS fo lie airrd The man who headed the i IITGH PRAJKIE ROIIK.N In loving memo- 1 public meeling will be held bere Ellivd state department for Prcs. GcorgiMVa lace received 12 per (CD Vh-1 The had resulted in idcnfs lohn F Knmedv -ind RS "ndidale i :j p t c s s civi, .AJKIE (CP) "-OC P7 T i from "f'groups and inquiries by med- -Jean Dorcn, who passed to discuss the firing of school I principal Eaklev Parmar from of B.C. She was predeceased hy I February I. te her husband and two daugli-! remembered by i kiniiso High School. lcrs' Josephine and Viola. Fn- Doris and George; Blanche j A number of students boycol ted classes Eflcr Mr. Parmar 6291 was dismissed by Ihe High 1 Prairie school board and said services will be held in hcci Ltlc Alberta Stake Chapel on :ra AVedncsday. February 2 at j p.m., will] Bishop Don Shaw of- ''OV i ficialing. Interment will follow j in the Cardslon cemelery. I Friends may meet the family TVItKIl In loving wouldn't return until a of a dear mother and grand- public meeting was held. Thcv molher, rjmma, who passed away February 3. 1965 and of and pay their respects from 12 a dear father and grandfather, i noon until prior to the service I Edward, who passed away Jan- .iv.n-, j in the Relief Society Room of .T-i'.o c. h n r c h. CIIR'lSTIi.NSEN i'7, j SALMON FUNERAL HOME Directors of Funeral Service. uary 23. 1W8. loved by Kenneth 'J'yrer. and missed went back lo their classes last Wednesday lo write examina- tions. The school was closed Mon- day and will be closed again Tuesday for an inter-semester and Mona J holiday. Dogislralion for a new f semester and classes are sched- 0292 j uled for Wednesday. Dissenting students say they'll register but W.UIDLE Passed away j U'CV- In loving memory n-on't attend classes. I Sunday. January :tti Ed-jn( OIlr t'car aum' MrF- Mr. Parmar was fired after ward of Taber and formerly of j passed away Fob- j what school superintend o n I CITY OF lETHBRIDGE TENDERS FOR RESERVOIR AND PUMPHOUSE Retbw at the age. of years. Born al Vernon County, llis- i souri. December 10. Uicl.'l. mar- ricd tlie formei Larson. I May d, 19W1 at Tow.er, North j Dakota, moved lo RctlaH' v.-heic he fanned unli cjming to Taher ill After moving to Taber, he worked for the MD and Fire Depart- mcnt unlil reiving in 1'jGG. Sur- I3.i7 Silent thoughts trne and lender Just lo show ire siill remember. remembered by Margaret. .Johnny, Phyllis, Lcnor, Joyce and Carol. 62J10 Fred Dumont said was failure (o solve "untenable staff rela- tion problems.'1 flow cut Workers back on the job ore undecided. In a similar poll in bcr, Nixun received 4-J per ceiv., Dr. Ciaig Jan. 17 in c-on- icd associations. Seized neclion with a fraud charge ,111100 filing cabinets of mate- rial including files on 3tK) pa- were ordered 1'elnrned lo tio -11 per cent, and Wai-1 hy the Alljcrta lace I per cent. j Collri Miss World .Tirinif.iv llo.slen. nKiiTicd Canadinn-born eiicinecr David Craig (ley al SI. GcorRc's Auglicati C li u r c Ii in George 'i, Grenada. Tiie cabinet announc- rd hy Prime Mjnisicr Tnideau so mucli Ting-aronntl- Deaths Yesterday sajs Hii Harries, Liberal member of parliament am. however, very plad lo see Ihe appointment of Pat Ma honey In n cabinet the member who i.s often mavorick. "On gcopraphical ami mimcrical basis, we should second cabinet minister Dr. Craig, who has built up a ir.-riicc dcvolcd to alcoholics and drug addicts afler leaving Ihe dirci-lorship of a provincial n.v THE CANADIAN PRESS i alcoholism clinic, was charged Katmandu. Mah wilh fraud in connection wilh cndra, 51, king of Nepal for! nine claims totalling made nearly It; years and the first! in April. 1D70, lo the Alhcrta ruler'lo thnnt off the cloak ol j HciiKh C-are Insurance Corn- isolation and bnng progress lo j mission. his landlocked country, of R j hcr.rt attack. The supreme court order lor return ot the [ilcs was sought Louis Wolff, who j hy Dr. Craig's lawyer and con- co-discovered with Dr. Paul sentcd lo by the crown pend- Dudlcy While and Sir John Par- i ing a Feb. 21 hearing by the kinson Uie heart c o n d i U o n i court's appcllalc division of n known as Wolff-Parkinson-Whitc crown appeal against an ear- syndrome. Her order that all Ihc seized .M a I v r i material he stored under seal Zakharov. 73, much -decorated I in the courthouse. lormcr chief of staff of Ihc So- viet armed forces. n. Fraser. I (i2. retired head of Ihc philnso- Riul of Uassano Or- Tatar; six daughters, luljj Supply government has insisted it utiuld agree lo virtually noth- llr. Harries said Ire did not phy depart.inenl at Sir George el slighted in not obtaining either a cabinet or parliamenl- Williams' Univcrsilv, villc Mrs. Ted (Fern l Malmbcrg, Picture Bullc. Mrs. Lloyd 'Myrtle) Johnson. Carmangay, Mrs. LeRoy (Dorothy) Harden, Th'orsby. Mis. William (Mil (Ella) McKellar, Brooks, JH s. Ih''iVorlh Saskalch- at Rockv ROCKY MOUNTAIN HOUSE A reduction in the I Oinrlcs nripe. AIso mirgc. E' arv secretary's position. MUCH WATCH "I've never been in line for j Tlic East German spa of Bad ing unless the United atatcs j either of those positions as far Brambach. near the Czcchoslo- withdrcw its recognition and as lire prime minister i.s con- I vakian border, produces 23-miI- CALGAUV (CP) Tlie nf .lllc offsliorc N corned I'm a palient fel-] lion Iwlllcs of mineral water a employees of Flextrac 1 regime.____________I low and Tin prepared lo wail." i year. Ltd. who went on strike last I week to prolest the- firing of a man who refused lo work over time relumed to the jch Mon- day. The company said the dis- missed man has not been rein-1 WASHINGTON' (AP) Tlie All are part nf an "Monday's order was Ihal only Ihe files of nine specific palicnLs registered with the commission be retained under seal. await (ha summer conW st.ilKl. a condition the mom- of [hc AsSfr of Bridge, Stnicliiral h g r e a children and supplx, Major Ornamental Iron Workers Air Force's tsl Airborne sysicm f for several days. I lo maintain uiv i The Pentagon says liir plane? Commend anrl Control Squadron j interrupted tctnirnl of U.S. air. are gelling old and are loo three great-great Rrandchil-1 ILX Union Ixjeal 805 wanled fill- di't-n. Funeral services will be: llc coininenting on an amc hack conducted from Knox church annouiiccmcnt by En-1 Pllii I ness manager, ad to rel'.lni to work after Ihe the While House. waits, as it has for 10 years, for gra.nd and sea forces under all; smrll for Ih; clec- Con'srWalive'niemher for Cal- Paper sold at CuIjTarv o CALGARY (CP) Tlic Nod Ii ill N e ws a weekly pnper sending the northern sec- lion of the city for 10 years, has been sold by publisher Roy Fjjrran lo F and H Invest- mrnf.s a pn'vn-'e firm. Mr. Farran, clcclcrl lo (he legislature a.s (be Progressive circumstances. ironies ccrapulers and romrmi- parv North Hill last Aug. :to, At any hour, day or night, one for nicaiion Ihal had said he cmild nol do justice lo of ils Ihrec planes stands ready lhl.ec come a'or.i; in recent ye.-.rs. 'it his job the government "So frrtd my han-is." a! frnn: HIP finance mirv-- f-an try lo S] fiscal 1ST: on Ihc Canadian will nltcnd n hearing in Edmnn- uals rallicr than liie union. .n million during sailor lo ivin Ihe Victoria Cross. Ion lo pul forward Ihc town's i Tlic company said Ihe walk- 1 lie received tlie nv.-nrd in 1S57. i virvs. out was n uildcnt strike. FRONTIERS OF SCIENCE NO ANSWER TO BIRDSTRIKE Part 2 tide cruising more Ihan w.mfl 'Ot alicive (he earth. Tlie president would he in j j constant tflucli u'ilh tr.S. t tary couimands the i world even if the While- House fir Pentagon were destroyed in i llK1 first v. a surprise tiu- An nndergvcnmd I j For! liilchie. Md., in Ihe i r j Im Mountains, seri'es a m il I leriKite command posl. Or. the 1 prosidonl could keep his finger j j on the nuclear Irigger at a harder.ed nntlerground slieltfr I in Virginia, al the j of Ihe North American Air J frn-c Command buried deep in- j side Clvyenne Monnlain, Colo., or aboard Ihe fh'ing cummand of Ihe Slialcgic Air Com- majid. CLOCKED OUT Slorlinq willi ihn uppor Irfl ihc moon moved Into a shadow Ihiovjn hy Iho. nnrlli blocking the sun's rays in e.clipse. Bruce McKim, Scalle Timei, used o .SOOmm lens lo record Iho evonl Ibnl will nol occur again until 1975.