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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta TW inMIWGI HftALB WtamJ-r, April I. Income Tax Act Revision Needed G1LL1S PURCELL QuIU Awir4 Gil Purccll Admitted To Hall Of Fame TORONTO (CP) Gillis Pur- who retired last November as general manager of Tbe Ca- nadian Press, was named lo the Canadian News Hall of Fame tadiy by the Toronto Men's Press Club. President Webster Anderson of the press, club said: "No Ca- nadian newspaper man has done more to elevate the stand- aids of journalism." Selection of members of the hal of fame is a feature of Na- tnal Press Week, held this j'ear April 6-12. Twelve other journalists have been honored since the inception of the award in IKS. They 'are: Greg Clark, Toronto Star and Weekend; Join W. Dafoe, Win- nipeg Free Press; Arthur R. Ford, London Free Press; Ger- ard Filial, formerly of Le De- voir; Joseph Howe, The Nova Scotian; Ralph Allen, Toronto Star; Senator Grattan O'Leary, Otiawa Journal; Claude Ryan, Le Devoir; Bruce Hutchison, Vancouver Sun; George Brown, founder of the Toronto Globe; Robert A. Farquharson, for- merly of The Globe and Mail; and Hugh Graham, later Lord founder of the Mont- real Star. An illuminated scroll com- memorating Mr. Pureell's ad- mission win be presented at an Ontario government reception this Saturday. Bom in Brandon, Man., In ISM, Mr Purcell joined Tbe Ca- nadian Press, the co-operative news-gathering and news-dis- tributing association of Cana- dian daijy newspapers, in 1929. Be became giuuul snperintend- ent in IS34, assistant general and general OTTAWA (CP) tal revition of the Income Tax Act k needed whether ar aot in- flation persists, aad tax proposed in the government's while paper will give the gov- ernrawt greater power lo deal wilh inflation, Robert B. Bryce said Tuesday. The former deputy minister Seep cones bud in coach 13 on UK schedule iayi the train arrive! Soviet innmigu1 traha hare night tain Kharkov. from Moscow to The compartment.) toy. oogen canf to tan on woodea bunks. The Eact mam, and the Pale below mut- ten fJtfuHy about some tog-for- gotten Warsaw tea. "Arise a voice snarls. "We are nearly there." You are not nearly there. Tbe In Kharkov at K k oorj :30 and the train face aem been early. BU It fc unieu to argue. War Hsro Suried TORONTO (CP) Funeral services were held Monday for LL-CoL Oreste Bortolo Cbe- mello, 74, a former commander of Italy's Alpine troops who died Saturday in Onngeville Dot. Youngest captain on Ital- ian army records he received citations and command- ed Alpine troops in.both world wars. He had been an account ant with hb family's firms in Toronto, since immigrating. travel tie Smut Urn popular and roads hejog what they are, it's also a lot safer than atria travel A Soviet nil network tt.OM oiks juvea one-sain of 'the world's land aorface. This corn- Dares to about ZU.W aOtt of trackage a the. Mated Statea aad about m Caaada. Bat while Hgtmj conafructiaa' had left many tracks wo zhoatky, or aoft and severe. Soft emu aflen rwvbarth, ap- untetd ateepen hard wndna buaka, rtar lo a inumdiiiri. aad a ataad- bofletgelliag ad watery beer. Uaes of buffet customers usually stretch two coaches long Iround mealtime. Severe daas ruble or. aboot: North America, Soviet transpor- tation-officials are still concen- trating on rails. NEW TRACKS PLANNED Ivan Sosnor, fjrtt deputy mm- announced last January that 31 new railway tracks botauni miles would be built in the Soviet Union this year. Only W miles of new surface roads are planed. and soft daat oaljr a attte more. The. m add mile journey from Uaeeaw SeeM, the Black Sea, oMta n S rubkj one for 31 ndee, Fwnale In Ring LISBON (Heaters) Pretty, Mack-haired Aza Maria, It, be- IXllUCjil S lV9t day wfaea me Nationat BuHngh- ten Unco accepted her a full Bomber. Ana Maria-oily Christian names are used in fte butt ring-has already been fighting hall far a trainee. harattat article, lha i ted It It atfll Mt poaaMa t> travel a Top Price For Opera SeaU NEW YORK (CP) Oaara awen will have la par av the bert atati-eeato iini H me Opan aatt an mnram la. Or- aeaU are naag 9 a even standing room-at tar 20 coat II caste Take Off Fat With Home Recipe Plan jrouf MM Make tbis BOM jwmtn. II i piBt ud anprfnit joia la U tat Ml TdtTtw. Ulilmiiir-rf.il trot day m ud Mkw tin fat mare (netful cvnat V nduciUe pound. BchM of ticim don't diuHMl don't icck, ckin, MM, alvM ud jurf n4va I tmpty bottle foe you Follow thii aa- by Duny wtu km taM ttui pU> uxi htlp briot Wck d ir.c.f.l NoU bow blut bow better you feel. More jouthfol appMraf More Funds Necessary For Centres EDMONTON (CP) r More public hods are necessary for trealment of physkaDy and menially-handicapped children, the legislature was told here. A four-member committee that visited hospitals for the handicapped tabled a 31-page report in the legislature. It said the Red Deer School Hospital has a wailing list of 400 persons despite the fact HW were admitted in 1968. And the three villas' at the capable of bous- ing 7f be torn down now and replaced by cot- tages housing not more than 20 youngsters each." The cerebral palsy clinic In Calgary was said to be "so meanly housed, inadequate- ly equipped" that it had trou- ble attracting stafi. The committee also aaid sal- aries p a i d to dorian, psychi- atrists, psycbologifta and so- cial workers were in 1939 manager in IMS. "Last weekend, Mr. PurceH was named this year's winner of the Quill Award presented annually by the men's press dub in Windsor, Out .The is given mmnaHy for "outstanding contribution to the flow of information on Canadian affairs.1' ART DIETRICH C.OM. DENTURE CLINIC St. I. Ph. Aussies Protest Atomic Tests CANBERRA Australia protested to France last week about proposed far- ther atomic tests in the Pacific near External Affairs Minister William McMabon said taught. He told the House of Repre- the Australian gov- ernment wus advised last week tests. "Immediately we advised the French gorenuoeat that we hesakL The gin eminent bettevea the teats should not be carried out daring a partial nuclear teat ban, be said. (M WATNI HWNAMAM "floor for ipedoll 16 colon to chooM from tq. yd. SOCIAL M. W 8i95 OPEN THURSDAY TILL 9 P.M. 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