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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - March 14, 1973, Lethbridge, Alberta 88 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES JJeatkA, INTERESTED IN A REAL FEower and gift shop [n south Alberts's A motl progressive and crowing com- A irwnlly. Ideal jlluallon for family iS tefprlse. Have F.T.D. and U.F.C. ft world-wide tlovier service. Business ft includes building, furniture, fixtures ft and delivery van. All gift ware at cost. Business showing excellent pro- IIT. Serious Inquiries may made To Box Herald. Uf FUNERALS COOK Funeral service for >rman Floyd Cook, beloved ex sband of Mrs. Fern Hancock al lok of Magrath who died at fo agrath Saturday, March 4, 1 CARDS' OF THANKS RESKANSKI We want to I 1 v markings 1 f f, ore the new Ings which the Solicitor General has approved for the Royal Canadian Mounl-Sll tve K'dMI 89 LOANS AND INVESTMENTS Born to arren and June Cunniiigliam Nc Shera'ood Park, Alberta, a hu nighter Deolse Kathleen (a Cc ster for on February sincere appreciation to our friends and relatives r 'floral tributes, sympathy rds, food sent to the house, SCHWARTZ Agencies 11972) Limited College Mall. Phnne 32W331 2-1 The wldcsl taclllly available. Vrt con slder ALL TYPES of morta age i loam. C7S34-17 1973. Grandparents are Mr. 19 nd Mrs. WiUtrd Swanson, lilk River and Mr. and Mrs. P. ichard Cunningham, Sherwood in presently residing in nagkok. Thailand. w 8516 60 years, was held at Sf n. Wednesday, March 7, 1973, ei the Church of Jesus Christ ki Latter-day Saints, Magrath, m th Bishop L. B. Tanner olfi-ating. Pallbearers were Leo Wren Holladay, Doug ournc, Cyrus Card, James and Gilbert Sheridan. In-rment was in the Magrath emetery. Clirislensen Salmon uneral Home Ltd., Directors s Funeral Service, was in tc liarge of the arrangements. thanks to the pallbear-s and tha Barva family. Your ndnesses will, always be re-enjbered. Mary Reskanski Fred and Margaret Ann James the grandchildren. 8517 THE COALDALE HOME AND J1IOOL ASSOCIATION wish thank everyone wlio in ir MORTGAGE MONEY p Farmers-Merchants Trust B 309 7th St. S. Phone 328-5548 DEATHS c ROSS Elizabeth; passed way in the city on Wednesday, ilarch I4th, 1973, at the age of 4 years, beloved mother ot Mr. MORTGAGES All types of mortgage financing: a In small acreaqes and homes call CITY REALTY AND J INSURANCE LTD. 1117 3rd Avfr. Soulh, C77M-TI remains will be forwarded o Saskatoon, Saskatchewan for uneral arrangements. CHRIS- f1 fENSEN SALMON FUNERAL JJ [OMB LTD., are in charge of orwarding arrangements. C7990 d 0 GILL Martha Emma, pass- j ed away in Lethbridge on Wed- oesday, March 14th, 1973, at the age of 76 years, beloved wife of Reginald Henry Gill of Picture j Butte. Funeral arrangements will be announced when com- Dieted. CHRISTENSEN SALM- r DN FUNERAL HOME LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. CT'991 5 HALL Passed away in the city on Wednesday, March 14, 1973, following a brief illness, Mrs. Fanny Hall at the age of 88 years of the Southland Nursing Home, beloved wife of the late Mr. Ralph Hall. Funeral arrangements will be announced when completed. MARTIN BROS. LTD., Directors of Funeral Service. t( YELLOWHORN Funeral c ervice for Mrs. Nellie Yellow- c orn, beloved wife of T o m f 'ellowhorn of the Peigan In- g ian Reserve who died Mon- ay, March 5, 1973, at the age j f 54 years, was held at j .m. Saturday in St. Paul's a loman Catholic Church, Broc-et, with Rev. S. Fortier offi-iating. Honorary pallbearers rere Tom Bullpen, Stan Cow- ey, Julius English, Albert fellow Horn, Jr., and Ed and ohn Yellow Horn. Pallbearers i-ere Ron Hall, Jerry and Mel-fin Polls, Norbert1 Provost and ohn and Maurice Smith, ntcrment was in the Brocket Jemetery. Eden's Funeral Ltd., Pincher Creek, of Funeral Service, was in charge of the Food Fair. A spe-ai thanks to the local mer-oants who donated food items the raffle draw. Thanks also oss to all who assisted, to all fho so generously contributed ome cooking and baked foods. ,ast, .but not least, to all who ttendcd the event and pur-hased the food. Due to the utstanding and generous of the community, the vent was a great success. nc problems By MACKIE a Herald Ottawa Bureau m OTTAWA Decisions taken it tho monetary conference in ,j Paris last do not have 'any direct, immediate con-equenees for Fi- D Nance Minisler John Turner old the Commons Tuesday on v us return from the inter- a national meetings. u However he said the decisions would be helpful in reducing the money here calm orderly international onetary regime. He said he ould participate actively in e international dscussions and scisions directed to this objec-ve. IFPlCULT TIME "This is a difficulj time with sspect to international trade nd payments and much work es he said. "While contributing all we an to the international dis-ussions, we must make every [fort to maintain the strength f our industries so that they rill be able to meet competition ind provide jobs for said Mr. Turner. The meeting in Paris includec le ministers of finance ironi he Group of Ten countries and 11 members of the European Community. The [uestion before it was how bes1 o relieve tha speculative pres-ures affecting currency values vlu'ch had led to Ihe withdrawal jf European and Japanese au-horities from their exchange markets on March 2. The Europeans made their decisions last Sunday night. Be-nnning next Monday, six coun-.ries will float jointly against the U.S. dollar; three others, the United Kingdom, Ireland and Italy, will for the time jeing float 3n food OTTAWA (CP) The Cana- ian Manufacturers Association n 2MA) and the Canadian Fed- 0 ration of Agriculture (CFA) tt ppearcd before the Commons wcial comittee on food rices Tuesday and presented u ivcrgent views on food costs. In view of the manufacturer's t roup, rising government b pending and soaring labor osts are the main factors in in- c lation and high food prices. s But the CFA said the com- b iiiltee should be working on in-lation as a whole, ather than t ust rising food prices because I u m e r s aren't that worried r ibout the cost of food. s Gordon Hill, president of the i Dntario Federation of Agricul-ure told Ihe committee 1 hat MPs and newspaper men Eire more worried about rising ood costs than the consumer. The remark drew sharp comment from Grace Mclnnis who lasheti out at people who 'are living in a fool's paradise" if they thought consumers arent worried about rising food costs. She called on the federation to help the committee single out areas where action could be taken to curb prices. RSTRAINT LACKING Keith H. Rapsey, vice-president of the CMA, singled views prices ie such area when he said Ca- -adians would have been better f over the last five years If ey had shown restraint and ladn't been so greedy." He said high wage demands, njustified by increased produc-on, had increased wages, but ie higher incomes were o'fset y the inflation that followed. Lower wages with higher pur-nasing power would have re-ulted if labor demands had ecn kept down. In a brief to the committee, he manufacturers called for a alt to government growth and evisions in labor laws to re-tore a balance between labor ind management. They recommended a wage system, in which alary levels could be looked at n the light of productivity. 5uch a system would keep Can-jda competitive in world mar-sets. Both the agriculture federation and the manufacturer's association said they were worried about labor costs and the difficulty of finding workers to ake jobs in the lower sections of the food processing chain. NEED PEOPLE David Kirk, executive-secretary of the CFA, said middle. men could not be eliminated from the chain. People were needed to package products and that was where most of the cost came in. The CMA was more direct in the approach to labor costs and workers In the food system. V. 0. Marquez told the committee that some jobs are going begging because workers wouldn't accept menial labor, such as picking fruits and vegetables. Good were offered in the fields, but many workers thought the jobs were below their dignity, he added. The CMA brief said unemployment insurance benefits have discouraged workers from accepting harvesting jobs and thus put an upward pressure on wages. The presure in turn became a factor in rising food prices. 90 CONTRACTS TOR RUMPUS ROOMS. KITCHEN J cupboards, remodelling and repair! Phone B. Raven. 3Z7-32H. Free Mil- mates. CM9MI ALUMINUM WINDOWS AND DOORS. KO MAINTENANCE NO CHANS-INS. PHONE JONES ROOFING, 3M-5745. DO YOU NEED A RUMPUS ROOM, cupboards, remodelling or repairs n your home? E and L Construction. Phone GARASE BUILDIKO, CEMENT work and stuccoing. Anderson n Sorenson Construction, TOO 7th Aye S. Phone W-tctl. MEMOR1AM MOODY In loving of a dear wife, mother, and grandmother, H e I e n e T. iloody, who passed away March 14, 1969, Ever remembered and sadly missed by the family FRED STEINER CEMENT WORK, old basements dog, vialer proofing. .If sured, free estlmatas. Phone GARAGES, CUPBOARDS, RUMPUS rooms All your remodelling needs. No ob loo small. Free estisna es. Guaranteed workmanship. Pn one mOW or 345-3413. C ANO J EQUIPMENT COAJPAC; Tlon and concrele equipment. Bobcat loaders, healers. Phone JJI-O45. tnd Ave. S. Funeral affecting certain exchange e rates. "By permitting the exchange rate system to react more a directly to fundamental market c forces, the decisions will set the stage for the basic reforms that are he added. RETURNS TO PARIS Mr. Turner will relurn to the Paris conference when it re- t sumes Friday. At that time s there will be discussions of cec- tain possibilities of co-operation between the European countries and others. The conference was split into two sessions to allow the French elections to be completed. Mr. Tu-.-ncr said that given Canada's great stake in foreigi trade .the federal government felt it was urgent to BOX NUMBERS 2 8 10 31 35 34 34 37 63, E. of McMillan LB cf May Tcwer Mile lo Mile 23.00 Soil-CemeAl Base Course, a n Other Work Approx mate Quantities: Tens ol sod-cement Mlxlu Tcr.s o( Gravel Ton Miles Haul Conlract and Specifications may obtained at 1he office of the Ch Conslfuctlon Engineer, i 3 h v.-a Building, Alls., Ihe off of !he Oislrict Engineer, 1707 Sb street N.W., Calpary, Alber a the office of Ihe District Eng M Administration Building- Lethbfld Alberta, and will available only Individuals registered and operating and who have established a fixed of business In the Province of Alber A dsposlf of Twenly-FIva Dolla payable lo the prov nc Treasurer, win required (or copy of Ihe Contract and Specif trail taken. Each bid must accc panled by a marked cheque cr be equal to 10 per cent of Tender. ders will be opened fn public. The esl or ny Tender not necessary cepled, V. E. McCune, Depuly Minister of Highways and James Orson Bridge, Ma grath resident who died a i Lethbridge Monday, March 5 1973, at the age of 88 years o was held at 2 p.m. Thursday March 8, 1973, in the Magratl Church of Jesus Christ of Lat ter-day Saints Chapel with Bis o hop R. H. Dahl officiating. Pall bearers were Joseph Gibb nt Watson Ririe, Barry Critch field, Bert Gibb, James Riri and Jack Bridge officiating. In ferment was in the Magrat Cemetery. Christensen Salmo i Funeral Home Ltd., Director of Funeral Service, was i re charge of the j fitness i pressed EDMONTON (CP) Th f provincial government is plar ning a program to encourag more participation in physic; fitness programs, says Hors f Schmid. culture, youth and rend mount Memorial G a r d en JJ; Lethbridge. Eden's Funcr Home Ltd., Fort Macleod, r rectors of Funeral Servic was in charge of the arrang d CARD OF THANKS 2 VICKERS We wish t ,-j thank all those who helped a j. so wonderfully during the mot e trying days following the los j of our dear wife and mothe n' Ivy. To Rev. Keith Churchi s and the congregation of F i r s h- Baptist Church, and parlicul s ly the ladies group wi ai whom Ivy worked and all t >i- friends and neighbors who ra e, lied, around us in our time e- great sorrow, with their gif of love and comfort, we e terd our heartfelt thanks, also reminds in vestors that federal estate taxes have been removed from assets transferred between spouses or j either one's death. EXEMPTION INCREASED "However, all provinces ex ccpt Alberta have increased tht maximum amount of an estate i exempt from succcssior s the report adds. Al s berta has >no succesion dutie. at present. r Whole-life policies provid 8'xl2' horlrontal glass front coolers; c) Kelvinator 5' horizontal compartment freezer; d> 10' wocden counfer; A 10% Should Bccompiny bid, with remainder oayab a ui its acceptance. Loweit or any bid fwrt necessarily atcepierf. All bids should bs made n writing to: DEPARTMENT OF INDTAN AFFAIRS, 206 FEDERAL BUILDING, LETH8R1DGE ALBERTA-MARKED BROCKET who stood by us wit their prayers, and expressio of sympathy, and can only si here that the knowledge th so many others eared so muc and shared in our sorrow, hel ed so much to ease the burdon you all, and keep you in 11 en re. Brian, Arthur, Murray and Valerie Vickers. FCT H SOTH STATE y t Hawaii became the 50th state of the United Slates Aug. 21, 1959. DESIGN d Buckingham Palace, the Lor don home of Ihe British sovc t ign, was originally -built in 170 by a Duteh ;