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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 23, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta C DEATHS BUTLEll Saturday, Octo- ad been employed by Canada 'ackers for 44 years. He was a member of the Masons, the Elks, Magralh Golf, 702-Wlnp R.C.A.F. and St. John's Ambu ance. Besides his loving wit lie is survived by one son Mr Ron Devlin of Halifax, daughter, Mrs. Janet Hprnsb of Winnipeg: six grandchildren one sister, Mrs. Esther Ballen line of Vancouver; three broth ers, Fred and Bob of Winnipeg and Art of Brilish Columbia two step-sons, Ralph Martin Embury and Robert Joseph Em bury, botli of Lethbridge an LWO step broUiers, Joe Devlin and Benny Devlin both of Ken- ora, Ontario. The funeral scr vice will be held on "Wednesda at 1 p.m. in Soulhminster Uni Church, with Bev. Dr. R. Vi K. Elliott dficialing. Intermen will follow in Mountain Vie Cemetery. MARTIN BRd LTD. Direclors of the Funera Service. C5056 Monday, October 23, 197} THE IETHBRIDGE HERALD NEW WESTMINSTER, B.C. CP) New Democratic Party David Lewis lodged notlwr complaint against (he corporate ripoff" Sunday, and eard grievances from local esidenls about pollution and .ooU control in Ihe Frascr liver. To bis growing list of "corpo- alc welfare he added he auto in a speech' to i rally in Abboisford, B.C. He said Ihe car companies injoy excessive tax concessions rom the cessions that induce the firms o make costly model changes and force individual Canadians to pay more taxes themselves. The companies further pad ded their profits by charging higher prices tor Ihe domes- tically-made cars in Canada than for cars exported to the United States. After arriving here by ferry from Victoria, Mr. Lewis began Sunday by touring the harbor area of the Frascr in a group of fisliing boats. Today, Mr. Lewis was to fly to Cranbrook, B.C., for meet- ings wilh labor leaders and high school students, then on to Calgary in the evening. ATTACKS POLICIES Mr. Ixiwis used the Abbots- tord rally lo renew lu's attack on government economic pol- icies and Ihe Conservative al- ternatives. He accused Prime Minister Trudeau of refusing to lake any action but campa' "wilh snake oil slogans" about national integrity and Ihe gross national product. "Poor Bob Stanfield says he can better. He offers Ihe na- tion aspirins in the form of tax concessions for Ihe wealthy." The NDP leader look special aim at the auto industry. First he cited a newspaper reiwrt shoning thai Canadian car Ford- charged Canadian dealers more than U.S. dealers for (he same Canadian built models, a difference that is made up by the Canadian consumer. Then he criticized Canadian] lax laws that encourage auto makers to change their models 'i to frequently by psrmifling them iign' lo deduct from their taxes the cost of new machinery. That put car prices up and slutted Ihe lax load to individ- uals. He said net earnings of Gen- eral Motors of Canada were S272.6 million in 1971. GM had paid SC9.1 million in an effective rate of 25.3 per cent. That was about half the tan GM should have paid, he said. Deductions for depreciation, amortization ot tools and inter- est charges, and a million (ax credit explained the low fig- was similar for urc. The story FUNERAL ALCOCK _ Funeral service for William John Alcock, born Sept. 26, 1885; died Oct. 7, 1972; was held in Christ Church (An- Fort Macleod, Wednes- day, Oct. 11, 1972, at p.m., Rev. R. Hunt, officiating. Inter- ment In Union Cemetery, Pall- bearers were Jim Alcock, George Bourassa, Robert Hahn, Len Hatton, Keith Lane and F.ugene Oleksiuk. Funeral ar- rangements by Eden's Funeral Home Ltd., Fort Macleod. ELAN .1973. Goes anywhere the big ones go ...for a lot less money. Elegant power compact that's lightweight Elan. Features full length 15" track. Plenty of single or twin cylinder muscle right up to the new 22 horsepower twin-cylinder model. New standard features including beam, contoured seat, padded steering, kill button, brake lights and more. Feel the best floatation of any real snowmobile. At your Ski-Doo dealer now. SKIDOO the machine that changed winter ...has changed BERT MAC'S CYCLE LTD. 913 3rd Avenuo South IETHBRIDGE, AlBERTA ANDERSON SUPPLY LTD. i What you doiVt see1. Intakes this range 1 revolutionary WEDDED BLISS Cough! m on offecl icnole moment at their home in Arlee, Monl., are Louis and Vivian Nine Pipe, whose recenl marriage culminated o romonce by mail, Louis, a Flalhead Indian, admits to 74 years, and his bride, a native of England, Is 23. Ford liad paid taxes at a rate of 35 per cent, and Chrysler 35.7 per cent. Five killed iu Alberta accidents By THE CANADIAN PRESS Five accidental deaths re- corded in Alberta, during Ihe weekend were in traffic and Ihe other was allribulcd to a while skating. A University ol Alberta slu. dent died in Edmonton alter falling on his head while skat- ing at the university rink. The name of the 25 year old stu- dent, believed to be from New Brunswick, has not been re- leased. A two car collision about 50 miles southeast ol Lethbridge claimed the lire of Raymond Jean Bapliste Lcclairc, 24, ol Stirling and Roger Allan Cron- kilo, 52, of Lethbridge. In another traffic accident, Frederick Sutley 20, of Crooked Creek was killed near Debolt when his vehicle overturned after leaving the highway. Honnld Dale Palm, 16, of Eckvillc was killed in a singlc- vcliicle. accident when the- truck he was driving left tho road and struck an approach near Kckville. Epicure 20OOi H'a Ihe lirsl lolal cooing concept ever developed. You cookH on a perfectly Hat. beauiilullysmao'.ri sur lace- with controlled heal on all 4 unils-m specially designedH cooK.vare. matfe just 'or (he ph. 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