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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 13, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta _________... _....._ Scilurduy, November 13, 1771 THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD IS Profit Stale of war exists at border V MISSING BOYS Three boys have been missing since they went to play in a park near their home in Minneapolis 20 years ago. At the top, they are, Daniel, then 4, David, 6, and Kenneth, 8. Below, are parents, Kenneth and Betty Klein who have five other' sons. -Packer Sun Life offers E.F.S.P. Because no two people are the same, Sun Life offers E.F.S.P. Sun Life believes lhateach individual has his own special family needs. That's where "Electronic Family Security cornos in. Let's discuss your needs. Our computer will mmo up with sntultnns specifically mo today about E.F.S.P. and see what our computer says shout you. EDMONTON TP MiniMor TruHcau cniiid be chirped with imoliinc an ille- act. the cnmmi.s- inquiring into the Measures Act was tiikl here. J. G. Packer, president of'the Alberta Human Rights Associa- tion, said use of the aet in the October. Quebec crisis was shameful and probably illegal. The reference to laying charges, although made by Mr. Packer, was not contained in the association brief. But he! Prime i said tbe commission might con- be sider the He .said the government had been charged recently for not making wheat payments, ft made the payments before if went far in the courts. "It seems to me this might be a parallel to the War Mea- sures Act." The association said in its brief the act should be amend- ed so that it would be used only after a declaration of war. Also an inquiry would he mandatory after each time it was used. 0'ITAWA 'CPJ Proposed lax changes could mean the end of plans by which employees share in their company's profits and receive a lump-sum pay- menl on retirement, the Senate hanking committee was told UKlay. fii-lilliic of Profit Shar- ing, a group of companies with profit-sharing plans, criticized the government's tax bill for proposing heavier taxes on lump-sum payments made under deferred profit-sharing plans. Present law permits employ- j ees to average their income for j tax purposes over their last three working years when they get a lump-sun: payment on re- j tirement. The tax bill, now under dc- j bale in the Commons, would j change the averaging rules so that 'employees would be vir- tually forced to buy an annuity witb'the amount they had built, up in the profit-sharing plan. I the institute said. "This may well be the doom of profit-sharing plans, which j have proven themselves to have a very positive influence on ceo- mimic growth." MANY WANT LUMP Institute chairman R. A. Campbell, director of Wheela- j brator Corp. of Canada Ltd. and president of Metal Laundry Ltd.. said many employees want a lump-slim payment so they can start a small busijiess or be otherwise active and indcpend- j cut in their retirement years. j Institute vice-chainnan II. A. King, a vice-president of Simp- sons-Scars Ltd.. said 90 per cent of Simpsons employees take a lump sum. He knew of none who squandered it. In oilier appearances before tbe committee: Insurance Bureau of Canada urged that companies I lie permitted to carry losses i back five years or ahead 10 to average their income for tax purposes. The bill provides for carrying losses back one year and forward five. iiv SCOTT L'NITKIJ NATIONS iCI'i A senior official of tile I'ukMan government said Friday a lual slate of war" exisls un the border between India and Paki- stan. Foreign S c c r e I a r S. M. Khan in a nev.s con- ference people are being tanks, art.illery and mortars arc firing into Pakistani territory, troops arc making incursions into Pakistan and Indian olli- cials are talking ol occupying border eilies and holding them. "It is a virtual state of war." Khan said, adding that the only reason it ha.s not expanded is the Paki- stani shown. lie aslo accused India of using the millions of Pakistan refu- gees in her territory lor ''politi- cal blackmail.'' of helping Kas! Pakistani guerrillas, many of whom be said are criminals a'ld anti-social elements, and of vio- laiing (he UN Charier. But lie did not say that Paki- stan would ask Ihc Security Council to meet to deal wilh Hie situation, saying only thai this recourse is heing considered. TO VISIT OTTAWA Kuan is the senior civil serv- ant in the Pakistani foreign service, hut Pakistani officials .say he is the "de facto foreign minister." He is a lormcr am- hassador in Peking, where he recently visited, and former high commissioner in Ottawa, where he will go next week. Me j also has recently visited Mos- cow and will go lo Washington from here. Me said he will have an ex- i change of views with External Affairs Minister Mitchell Sharp when he Ullima Tuc.vl.-.y leme lo anything but Bangla and Vfdne.sdav. Drill, Ihc name indepcndcnee- want not only to express niindcd Kastcrncrs use for our ucus on I he current situa- Pakistan. lion hut want lo hear Canadian Tins blackmail, j views." lu-' Khan said llial unless there i.-, co-operation between India and Pakislan he docs not see how I he in India can to Kast Pakislan. Both countries want the refugee.-, lo return, but t'ne Indians will not "allim" the millions of Last Pakistanis to WARDS RENTALS Dishes, Coffee Urns, Punch Bowls, Glosses, Tobies, Clioiii, etc., etc. PHONE 328-8775 Luclt t on moons ivas logical Lo Kepler PASADK.XA. Calif, i llcuicr A German astronomer pre- dicted as Icng ago as IfilO that Mars would turn out to have two moons. He uas in luck. Nobody today wuild acccp; Johannes Kepler's logic in making the decision as having any scientific merit. He rea- soned this way: Aroinxl the sun. working outwards, were the planets Mercury. Venus, Earth. Mars, Jupiter and Saturn, and be- tween Mars ami Jupiter, n missing planet. Some of the plancUs had moons orbiting around Karih. of course, had one. Venus had none, and Gallilco, with his newly-invented tele- scope, had jus! found four moons around Jupiter. His in- strumer.i could not. see. the other eight MOONS IN SEQl'IiNCK So. Kepler deduced there was a simple sequence to the mocns. As Venus had none a.nd earth had one and Jupiter had four, ii was logical that the missing planet must have had three and that Mars had two. For nearly two centuries, astronomers searched in vain for the Martian moons. Some benan to doubt ilicy existed. Then, in Dr. Asapha Hall of the U.S Naval Observatory in Washington, finally discov- ered the two tiny moons. He named them Deimos and Phcbos. the mythical sons of the god Mars ITiey rate near the bottom of the size scale in our solar system's population of :yi planetary moons. Demos, the outer moon, is only about five miles in dia- mc.ter. Pliohos. the inner 1 moon. is about 10 miles in diameter. CHURCH E.MFLOYliKS 1 The Norwegian Church cm- ploys 1.050 ministers, not inclucl- ing chaplains in the armed i forces. EAST LETHBRIDGE MUTUAL TELEPHONE POLE AUCTION SALE at the farm of Sieve Tolceiriuk, 1 mile west and 4'j miles north of BROXBURN, ALBERTA TUES., NOV. 16th at 1 p.m. TCI ms cash th Possession only after Hems of the been of 20 ole have been poid for m fu APPROXIMATELY 1000 TELEPHONE POLES of various lengths tind piled in pil 62 25 it. pressure treated poloi 256 20 ft, pressure treated poles 8 20 ft. pressure treated polei 50 25 H. poles in good condition 251 20 ft. poles in good conditi 375 fa APPROXIMATELY 200 ROLLS TELEPHONE WIRE in '3 and '7 mile rolls QUANTITY OF 4x4 CROSS ARMS Various lengths: 2B6-4x4xlO' arms; 00; orms; cress arms. Numerous other items such as insulators holts come anchors pole climbers lineman tools, etc. SALE CONDUCTED BY HANDLEY AUCTION AND ENTERPRISES LTD. BOX 105, COALDALE LES HANDLEY Lie. 010120 Auctioneer! FRED BURTON Lie. 005615 ROGER HANDLEY Lie. 010121 Detidlv Clirislmas bean back rri'l'AWA itT MIH.S is nuiiirit; liio deadly jequirilv is ibis lime ss Ihc eves in a loy mon- key shaped from a coconut. The consumer affairs de- partment, in a uju'nmg to p.ircms Friday, sai'l one-half of one Ix.'an is poisonous to kill a child who .wallows it. monkey holding a chei'k the eyes of the baby monkey for the two and remove them. The egg-shaped beans are a glossy scarlet with a jet black tip. They have been banned in Canada .since 39M. The importer is taking ac- tion to withdraw the product from the market, the depart- ment, FRANK T. BYRNE, Esq. ANNOUNCES WITH PLEASURE THAT HARGE SUGA, Esq. IS NOW ASSOCIATED WITH HIM TO CARRY ON THE PRACTICE OF LAW UNDER THE NAME OF FRANK T. BYRNE AT 5 706 THIRD AVENUE SOUTH, LETHBRIDGE, AlBERTA BRANCH OFFICE WARREN BUILDING, PICTURE BUTTE NOMINATIONS FOR CHANCELLOR THE UNIVERSITY OF LETHBRIDGE The Universities Act for Alberta provides that "a Chancel- lor holds office for a term of four years and is not eligible for re-election as Chief Judge L. S, Turcotte's tenure as Chancellor of The University of Lethbridge will be completed in. March. 1972. A joint committee of the University Senate, General Facul- ties Council and the Alumni Association wishes to hear from the people of Lethbridge and Southern Alberta regarding llie nomination of candidates. Please contact the Office of the Senate Secretary for more information, and nomination forms. 329-2481 (west GORDON N. HOPKINS 515 7th Stmet South Phone 327-3815 Rrv 327-1994 OFCANADA IMUAXAPOUS i AP) As FBI agmls walked past a bar- they noticed a man pelting a haircut who answered Ihc description of a man who had just robbed a nearby bank. The agents went, inside, ques- tioned the man. waited while the barber finished the haircut. i hen arrested the man on a Front kilclicn, ceirpet in living room. Double insulation, ttotm windows with shutters. Fully furnished. Please Call FRED STORY PETE ALEXANDER LES INGLE CON BARRETT Blue tbeig in living room, hall find rear bedroom. 2-door refrigerator, electric range, double imulalion. M'y fur- One bedroom in ftont nnd sne in rpcu. Carpet in living room, I'oll and roar bccliooin. Dcublo iniutotion, tlrk-xc rancir nnd rrfrigonUOr. Fully Show Show vomsclf. kl Hif Onn.'i'.li'Mi Armrd i you'll h.ivr ;i oppoitumly toi modern intontry Irarntnc] in 's wot kl of notion nmonq mwv Wtvro m you and The Milit.'ny r.rifoor Cottn- spflm will give von (iN irwi rtc- taifs on Iho yotw movp BRIDGE TOWN HOUSE MOTEL Noon lo 8 p.m Wrclnosdny oncl Thursday Novrmlirr 17 nnd 18, 1971 THE CANADIAN ARMED FORCES Double iiuuloiion, blue sluiq throughout. H tu. M. 2-cfoor frost irpp refrigerator, do- Front kitchen, carpet in livm focm. Iioll and rear bedroon Double insulolion .Delune fu niluic throughout. 100 MILE FREE DELIVERY OPEN 8 A.M. TO 9 P.M. Coutts Highway EXCLUSIVE DEALERS FOR Ph. 327-3165 Lethbridga Double iniulntion. thoq throughout, H ft. 2-door frost frefl rnfrrgerotor ond dttuxd ronar. Completely fur- nilhfd. ;