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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - January 22, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta 14 THI LETHMIDGE HUALO Saturday, January 23, I97J------- UNPOPULAR PROJECT The skunk Is not a favorite en en. Ones this ii overcome, a ikunk can be stuffed in animal to ttvff because its protective odor somehow ling- a few hours. Biology labs fascinate The University of Lettibridge biology department recently completed its move from tibe old location on the Lethbridge Community College campus to the new facilities on the west side. There are 10 laboratories on die new campus, six are used by students, three are reserved for research in special fields and one is used as a research area by four or five teachers. The library" contains an esti- mated plants from various parts of North America in addi- tion to several hundred animal displays. Dr. Job Kuijt, head of the biology department, says the university has a basic collec- tion of Alberta animls with the exception of big game which is too expensive at the present tame. STUFFED OWL This owl is just one of a wide variety of stuffed birds in the Uni- versity of Lethbridge biology department. An owl is easier to stuff than many other birds because its short beak makes it less difficult to turn tha bird inside out. Cars collide Three minor injuries and 400 damage resulted when cars driven by William Hunter, 53SA 24 St. S., and Brian Gregg, 3403 20th Ave. S. collided at the in- tersection of 5th Ave. and 24th St. early Wednesday morning. J Mrs. Justin Bradford, 511 28th St. S., and Mrs. Rose Miles, also of 511 28th St. S. were examined and released at St. Michael's General Hospital. Hugh Olson, 310 24th St. S., received minor injuries and was not taken to hospital. The three injured persons were all passengers in the Hunter vehicle. LOOKING THINGS OVER This female skeleton appears to be taking things seri- ously as she stands on display in of six biology laboratories at the University of Lethbridgs. -Phil Fauldi Photo Two remanded in break-in Two young Lethbridge men were remanded in custody until Jan. 28 when they pleaded guil- ty in magistrate's court to three local break-ins. Judge L. W. Hudson set the John Lee Hooker on Sunday John Lee Hooker, folk blues singer, stops tomorrow in Leth- bridge for his concert at the Exhibition Pavilion. Backing him up is the John Lee Hooker Blues Band, and travelling with him on the west- ern Canada tour is a highly- acclaimed new talent called "Him." The concert starts at p.m. Tickets are available at Leis- ter's, Musicland and Marcel's Smoke Shop, and at the pavil- ion. remand in order to study pre- senteoring reports about Mi- chael H. Kwartel, 16, and Tim- othy Cranley, 17. The two young adults were arrested and charged following an early Monday morning break-in at the Civic Ice Centre. Police report considerable damage occurred in the Leth- bridge Curling Club office dur- ing the break-in and cash was stolen. Gas demand has been high A new peak for natural gas use was reached in the south- ern Alberta zone south of Red Deer Dec. 15 when Canadian Western Natural Gas Compnay Limited distributed 447 million cubic feet of fuel. The previous high was Jan. 13, 1971 when 416 million cubic feet of natural gas were distributed. Separate records for each city are not kept. HEINITZ PRINTERS STATIONERS LTD. 324 9th St. S. Phen. 328-1778 FOR YOUR COMPLETE WEDDING REQUIREMENTS Invitation! (24 Hour Service If Ntnuary) Bride lookl Thanh You Cordi Naplini Matchot We provide Complimentary Penonallxed Head Table Place Cardi with each Order! FREE CUSTOMER PARKING "Nearly all of the money has been said a police spokesman. The pair was originally scheduled to appear Tuesday morning, but informed police they wished to admit to two other recent break-ins. Ths break ins were at tbe Lethbridge YMCA Jan. C and the Central School youth drop- in centre Dec. 33. Police report nearly i3W damage resulted from the break-ins and about 1450 cash was stolen. Two juveniles were also ar- rested and charged with adult pair following the Civic Ice Centre break-In. They have been released in the custody of their parents and no date has been set for their appearance in juvenile court. 'The DV to entertain Jan. 28 A two-man variety ad (ram Piyson, Utah will entenio to- rally Jan. 28 at p.m. Under the nanv "The D's." Dick Davis and Duane Hinlt perform a fast-paced show of popular hits, humorous sketches, dramatic scenes and classic poetry showcased ill ori- ginal music. Their versatility ii obvious in their command of a variety of musical Instruments, their wide voice ranges, and the changing mood throughout their act. The D's have been perform- ing professionally for 10 years and are internationally known. They are credited with person- al appearances with such per- formers as Bob Hope, Jonathon Winters, Joey Bishop and Bob Newhart. The D's will entertain in the LDS Stake Centre on 28th Street S. CJOC radio will provide sound system The Sight, The Sound and The Fury historical show slat- ed for Lethbridge's Indian Bat- tle Park in mid-summer has re- ceived a boost with the an- nouncement by Bob Lang, pro- duction manager at radio CJOC, that technical facilities of the station will be available to the show. Mr. Lang will provide facil- ities to record and co-ordinate a commentary master tape of the show to contain all tte spo- ken words, incidental music and most sound effects com- plete with cues starting and ending action Copies of the tape will be available as souvenirs. Organizers of the historic pageant plan to cast local per- sonalities with speaking roles as the characters: Col. Macleod, the RCMP as- sistant commissioner who led the police into this area; Jerry Potts, the half Scot-half Pelgan who guided the police to Fort Whoop Up; Father Scolfen, the Catholic missionary who performed the first marriage ceremony and Marcella Sheran, the first white 'bride io this GOOD WORKER In one hour, a modern com- bine on a wheat field In south- ern Alberta can harvest enough grain to bake loaves of bread. PERLUX DRY CLEANING SALE Sale Continues Until Jan. 29 DRESSES (PLAIN 1 PIECE) MEN'S 2-PIECE SUITS LADIES' 2-PIECE SUITS (PLAIN SKIRT) SLACK SUITS (SHORT TOP) '149 ONLY I EACH PERLUX CLEANERS 410 3th St. S. FrM Pick-Up Phono 327-3664 Bell advises asset transfer to avoid federal death taxes Accountant Alan Bell has ad- vised people holding large as- such as real estate, stock art to transfer it to their children now, to avoid death taxes. An audience of 215 people at Sven Ericksen's Family Res- taurant to hear a panel discus- sion on the new Canada tax laws was lold lhat the federal government is vacating the field of estate and gift taxes. However, the new capital gains tax sections of the fed- eral tax act will take over some of the provisions of the old death taxes. Mr. Bell said that by trans- fering the ownership of assets to children now, people can avoid the taxes that would oth- erwise be levied on their es- tate at time of their death. Assets such as real estate and stocks are valued at time of death as if they had been sold, he said. This msans that generally, a capital gains lax would be lev- ied on half the gain in value between their 1971 value and value at time of death. ALBERTA COLLEGES COMMISSION OPEN MEETING "The Alberta Colleges Commission Is conducting special meetings in each of the six public colleges to hear pre- lentatlons by Interested groups, authorities, and indi- viduals regarding the operation of Alberta's public col- lege system. Tha third meeting will be held at p.m. Tuesday, February 8, 1972, at Lethbridge Community College. Those wishing to be heard are requested to contact: MR. GLEN E. YOST Information Officer, Alberta Colleges Commission, 11160 Jasper Avenui, Edmonton, Alberta. Martin Bros. Funeral Homes Ltd. (2nd GENERATION) Presents THE SUNDAY HOUR McKIUOP. UNITfD. CHURCH. SCNIQR. CHOIR DIRECTED BY HANK VAN EGERTEN ACCOMPANIST MRS. MYRNA GREEN SUNDAY, JANUARY TO P.M.-CJOC-TV, CHANNEl 7 (RE-TEtECAST SUNDAY AT P.M.) THE TRADITIONAL CHAPEL 812 3rd Avenue South THE MEMORIAL CHAPEL 703 13lh North 2nd GENERATION FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND ADMINISTRATIVE COUNSELLORS FOR PRR-ARRANOIMINTS kr the Government Security Commlwlen) ;