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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 28, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta 24- 1 IETHBBIDGE HERALD Thunday, October 1C, 1971 -V -7 WINDOW SHOPPING? Mrs. K. Bennslt of Medicine Hat took her husband's car for shopping and had some explaining to do when she got home. She left her car to go into a department store and was told white shopping about a car that went through o store window. It was hers. Damage to the store was and to the car Nobody was hurt. U.S. assessed 31 per cent of UN budget UNITED NATIONS (AP) The United States has been as- sessed for the 1971 UN budget, or 31.5 rar cent of the total. Other assessments for 197] in- clude: Soviet Union, nance. Britain, and China 971. The assessments are figured on a formula based on financial needs of the United Nations 'and the member's net national prod- uct. Adjustments downward are made for countries with low per-capita income. The assessment against Chins was made before the National ists were removed from the United Nations. The Chinese Nationalists are in arrears, an< UN sources do not expect main land China to take over th debt. Kaiser sees clear sailing at Sparwood VANCOUVER (CP) After a massive injection of capital, Kaiser Resources Ltd. says it But there's another hurdle. A coal washing arid drying plant must be closed for 10 davs to ment, with the preparation plant, with the loading of rail cars, with labor and with hous- feels it is close to having an! two weeks in November for ren- ing for employees, efficient system fov mining, j ovations. I Kaiser is receiving in handling and loading coal; Because of this, Kaiser ex-! Canadian funds per long ton bound for Japan from its East i pects only to break even in Iho j for its coal compared with Kootcnay operations in south- fourth quarter following a third! in U.S. funds at the time eastern British Columbia. I quarter that showed a profit ofjils contract was signed with The company has invested more than It was the Japanese interests, additional funds totalling about j first profitable period since the i INCREASE HELPS million and lias made nu-1 firm started the operation at A temporary increase in the merous changes to overcome! Spanvood. There was a price, made to allow for the problems which have plagued its coal operations at Spanvood. Officials have expressed cau- tious optimism in their outlook, but are confident the additional investment will start to show a profit. million loss in the first half of j freeing of the Canadian dollar, 1971, following a loss last year. million j and a special cost allowance have helped. And Kaiser offi- Kaiser has had serious prob-! dais now are assembling infor- leras wilh many facets of the nation for meetings next spring coal operation. There was trou-l with Japanese executives to dis- I blc wilh open pit mining equip-1 cuss a permanent price. Harry M. Conger, vice presi- dent and general manager, said the Japanese see what Kaiser is going through to make the operation work. "If they had wanted to dump us they would have done it last year at liie height of all our he said. To overcome earlier problems Kaiser has put in new man- agement, arranged to borrow million from the Japanese trading firm of Mitsubishi to fi- nance overhaul of the Sparwood operation, and switched empha- sis for its mining operation to trucks and shovels and away from the dragline method. Kaiser is also improving rafl loading facilities to speed han- dling and has invested or com- mitted million for housing and property development. COMMUNITY EFFORT The company has put money into first and second mortgages for houses and has made dona- tions for community recreation and the building of apartments, a single men's unit and shop- ping centre. These moves have helped to cut down the labor turnover from a high of about 15 per cent a month last year to the present three to four per cent. Kaiser now has about employees and a payroll of more than million a monUx Jas? I L p VI. w fupcrals Knowledge about funerals and funeral arrangements can be of great assistance in time of need. Over the years, the funeral directors of southern Alberta have mada helpful and accurate information about their services available to the public. Years of experience have proven the wise family makes decisions about funerals prior to need, and based on complete knowledge and facts. These facts are avail- able through Alberta Funeral Information Service. Recognizing there are many who want to be better in- formed about such things as traditional funerals, com- mittal and memorial services, cremation, eye and othec donations to medical science and pre-arranged services, a comprehensive information service has been estabi Jished. This is s service by Albertans, for Albertans. No membership fee is required. If you believe that knowing is peace of mind, we urga you to write today for a free copy of Facts About Funerals or call Calgary (403) 264-2427. ALBERTA FUNERAL INFORMATION SERVICE te: Alberta Funeral Information Service Suite 308, 304 8th Avenue S.W. Calgary 2, Alberta Please forward my Copy of Facts About Funerals fo: ADDRESS Inserted as a public service by the following Southern Alberta funeral directors mff Jaeqws Funeral Hams l.H utino Smith funeral Home Limited hlrmore Fanlms Chapcli Ltd. i SmiJh Funeral Home Limited fy Cy Foiter-Gooder Funeral Jacques Funeral Horns Ltd. Leyden's Funeral Home Alcfnnis and Holloway Ltd. eijffifcoTm leyden's Funeral Home UcL Coltman Fantini Chapels Ltd. Crgmheir.r FunarM Homtt LML fut MitUtd ttcn'i funciil Ham ud. Gkichen Jaeqtrps Funeraf Home Itcf, Funaral Lid. Hijh River Funeral Home tfrf, Chritfomen-SMmori Funeral Home Ltd. Martin firor. Funeral Ltd. 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