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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - October 29, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta Friday, October 29, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 23 CHUCK HUGHES' WIDOW Sharon Hughes, widow of Delroif Lions football player Chuck Hughes, sits quietly beside his casket at graveside services in San Antonio, Tex. Hughes, 28, died of a heart attack after collapsing during Sunday's game with the Chicago Bears. Ford reports record sales DETROIT (AP) Ford Motor Co. has joined General Motors Corp. and Chrysler Corp. in reporting record sales for the third quarter of this year. Ford said Thursday it made a QUALITY DENTURE CLINIC EDDY DIETRICH Certified Dental Mechanic Capitol Furniture Bldfl. 328-7684M profit of million in the July- September quarter, the second- best third-quarter profit in his- tory and million above the st'ire period last year. Ford Chairman Henry Ford H and President Lee A. Lacacca said the improvement in earn- ings over last year was based entirely on higher profits from foreign operations. Worldwide sales in the third Quarter were billion, up from the record 3.4 billion set last year. Instant coffee firms cleared in ads case OTTAWA (CP) Charges ol false advertising against three instant coffee producers were thrown out in provincial crimi- nal court Thursday. Nestle (Canada) Ltd., General Foods Ltd. and Standard Brands Ltd. were accused in re- lation to labels reading "10 cents off" and "20 cents off" attached to jars of instant cof- fee sold in the Ottawa region in 1969 and 1970. The charges were laid by the federal department of consumer and corporate affairs. The Crown alleged that the libels were misleading since prices fluctuated up and down over the time the labels ap- peared on the jars. Judge Robert Mutton noted that the section of the Combines Investigation Act under which charges were laid deals with "publishing" of advertisements. He said it would be stretching imagination too far to say that a manufacturer who affixes such a label to a jar and then sells it to a wholesaler is "pub- lishing an advertisement." OPIUM FOUND A ton of opium valued at million was fished out of the Mediterranean Sea near Ala- mein, where it apparently was dumped by smugglers who planned to retrieve it later. Looking for a home? Try Mobile Home Liv- ing. Drop in to Sidorsky's at 542 13 St. North and let me show you the luxurious 12'x60' Emperor Mobile Home. SIDORSKY'S MOBILE HOMES LTD. 542 13th St. North Lethbridge RALPH THOMPSON Bus. Phone 328-1151 Home Phone 327-2597 Alberta asks delay in new tax bill PREMIER LOUGHEED New postal delivery plan rapped TORONTO (CP) Reaction was swift and bitter from a pri- vate courier service here to post office plans to begin a new serv- ice next year that will compete with its business. "The government has the bankroll and it's certainly capa- ble of monopolizing John Stewart, president of Road Runners service, said in an in- terview today. "They're wasting millions of dollars now and they can waste millions more putting me and others like me out of business, We can't fight them." Postmaster-Genneral Jean- Pierre Ccte announced the new pick-up service in Regina Wednesday night. He gave no Idea what it will cost and a post office official said plans are so vague an estimate is impossi- ble. Mr. Cote told the Canadian Postmasters Association i t would be "a premium service at a premium cost, designed to provide reliability and speed in transmission." A postal official here said the service will be aimed mainly at firms desiring deliveries at a guaranteed time on a regular basis within the city or to other centres. EDMONTON (CP) Alber- ta will ask for a one-year delay in the federal government's proposed tax reform bill, Pre- mier Peter Lougheed said Thursday. In his first public speech as premier, Mr. Lougheed told the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association the province will get little benefit from the tax reforms; less than any other province. "We ask for a one-year delay so that the inequities can be sorted out and he told 600 persons attending a luncheon at the association's 65th annual convention, i However, Mr. Lougheed said, Alberta may be forced to ac- cept the income tax bill with all its inequities to avoid the expense of collecting its own income tax. The premier said he will at- tend a meeting of finance min- isters in Ottawa Nov. 1-2 and a meeting between the 10 pre- miers and Prime Minister Tru- deau in Ottawa Nov. 15-17. UNFAIR PRACTICE He said he will ask the fed- eral government to exclude Al- berta's oil and gas revenues a diminishing asset, in deter- mining the province's position it the country's equalization tamula. It was unfair to use this non- recurring revenue to artificial- ly bolster the econnmy of areas where the growth poten- tial is lower. Alberta could no longer de- pend on the sale of petroleum and natural gas leases to help meet its financial needs. It had become a province like all the others; dependent on income tax revenues. Mr. Lougheed said Alberta also is becoming "increasingly disturbed over the apparent neglect of our needs by nation- al transportation firms and fed- eral policies which tend to pro- mote such neglect." He said the province nray be forced to accent UK proposed income tax reforms to receive benefits from federal provin- cial fiscal arrangements. The current arrangements, which end next March, arc being re- negotiated. "The result of these negotia- tions will have a marked bear- ing on our future ability to work with you to provide need- ed services to our citizens." Mr. Lougheed hopes to de- velop some way of municipal participation in joint federal- provincial programs so that lo- cal government views are ta- ken into consideration before programs are formed. MORE AND MORE ALBERTANS ARE JOINING THE LIGHT BRIGADE Cades stay at Veruon OTTAWA (CP) Cadet traning at Vernon, B.C. will continue for some years, Da- fence Minister Donald Macdon- ald said here. He added in a Commons reply to William Skereyko (PC- Edmonton East) that part of the military camp there will be used as a community college when not needed for cadet pur- poses. Changes name KINSHASA (Reutcr) The Congo Kinshasa changed its name Wednesday to the Zaire Republic, ending confusion with the Congo Brazzaville across the Congo River. The change was inspired by the original name of the river, which will be called the Zaire River in i Zaire. THREE DISTILLED. AGED AND BOTTLED IN BOND UNDER SUPERVISION OFTHE CANADIAN GOVERNMENT Your assurance of quality by TILFORD DISCOUNT PRICES! STORE HOURS: MOM., TUES. 9 A.M.-6 P.M. WED. 9 A.M.-l P.M. THURS., FRI. 9 A.M.-9 P.M. SAT. 9 A.M.-6 P.M. Cl CONTINUES TIL TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 2-6 P.M. REDEEMABLE ONLY AT L-MART one free can Coupon good for one free can of Green Giant Brand Beans with Pork. Dealer: This coupon will be redeemed for the full purchase price ol any can of Green Giant Brand Beans with Pork when coupon is received al Green Giant of Canada Limited. P.O. Box 3000. Saint John, New Brunswick provided the coupon is taken in exchange for a can of Green Giant Brand Beans with Pork and provided the store redeeming the coupon purchased slocks equal to or in excess of coupons redeemed. This offor expires Saturday, November 13, 1971 Please list purchase price here..........e GREEN MEATS 'NSPECTED RED OR BUNDS FRESH REDEEMABLE ONLY AT L-MART PURCHASE GUARANTEED ;