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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 8, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta MONDAY, APRIL Executive Of Local Cosmopolitan Oub Installed At YJM.CA Banquet 70 guests In attendance at cheery banquet repast Satoday nighs ac tee YJtCJL. the newly- Xonaed Lethbrkige Cosmopolitan Club received its charter, with members of oiher city organizations, and visiting Cosmos and Cosmopals from Calgary. Bdmontoa and Sas- katoon being oa hand to offer con- gratulations and wish success to the latest addition w the of Lehbridge service clubs. With Reginald "WbolsUra, presi- dent of sne Calgary Cosmos occupy- ing the chair. Loveli Smith. Saska- toors. past international president, os. behalf of Lou Garrer, iniema- tional president of the Cosmopoli- tan Clii'es. installed the following: G. Purves-Smith, president; Harvey W. Johnston, vice-presi- dent: "Vemon Coleman. secretary; Ralph treasurer; Thomas Hay. sergeant-alarms. initiation of members and presentation of badges was per- formed by Fred Kenney of Calgary. Congratulations Voiced Messages of congratulation from other-Cosmopolitan Clubs all over the United States and Canada were read by Jack Randall, secretary of the V.'estem Canada Federation, special interest being shown in the field, EL Mr. Randall, at, the same time took occasion to congratulate the local club on its choice an initial project, the cosEmunity adult educat'on classes which are noisr be- ing conducted at Central schooL Visiting dignitaries were intro- duced by the Calgary president with Bill Parves-Saiith, the newly in- stalled Lethbridge president, intro- ducing representatives of city or- ganizations seated around the table. These included: Alderman It S. Turcotte and Mrs. Turcotte: Berling. president of the Gyros, and. Mrs. Berling; J. lakie. president of the Kinsmen, and Mrs. Lakie; Dr. A. A. Haig, president of the Rotar- THE HERALD'S CITY NEWS PAGE PAGE SEVEN City (jflances ALBJEKTAXS IN VICTORIA Victoria, B.C. ttas an Alberta association whose object is to five former Albertaas living there a. chance to renew old ac- quaintances. The president is Arthur Frayne. a former Leih- bridje alderman. Miss M. Conibear, Mrs. Mrs. P. Sinclair are former Leth- bridse people on the executive of the association. Building Permits Stifl Soaring Here HEADS ASSOCIATION la Cafeary on Sunday, S. Jensen, head of Jensen's Frozen Pood Loelcers of Third Aie. S., was elected president of Alberta Cold Storage Locker Plants as- sociation. Two More Filters Nearly Finished CITY HAS PUBLIC WORKS PROGRAM THIS YEAR Furves-South ians, and Mrs. Miss Perry, P'esidens of the Quota Club; Austin Graham, representing the lions Club, and Sirs. Graham- First class entertainment was af- by a series cf numbers by Mrs. P. Cull and the Soiithmirister Senior Girls' choir, and this fea- ture was enjoyed to the full. Flairs Presented On behalf of the Edmonton club Jack Thorogood, president, made of a set of Sags, and intimation was received from, other club represen- tatives that a gavel, gong and other paraphernalia would shortly be re- ceived by the club as send-off gifts. The evening ended with a show- ing of the 33m "River of Paper" with Jack Booth of Calgary as projec- tionist, followed by an enjoyable dance with the Bateman orchestra in attendance. INCOME TAX TIME ror r orms is Not all Income taxpayers are oa the federal payroll, but they are "working for the government" just the same, and that grim fact be- comes steadily more apparent as April 30, the deadline for filing one's income tax form, draws nigh. About the only persons who keep all their earnings, according to one calculation, for all of 52 weeks in a year are single persons withcus dependents making about J12.70 or married persons with slightly higher pay "cheques but so many cenendents they es- cape the collectoPs long arm. In- comes below S660 a year for single persons and for married per- iocs are not taxed. Sample Taies A single cerson without depend- ents, earning S1.150 annually owes Ottawa S138.40 in taxes, according to the calculation tables. Thau Sg- tires out to about S22.30 weekly, and the total amount of tax in this case amounts to six of pay, or six weeks during which the taxpayer is diligently giving- his services to the state. A married man two depend- ents in practicallv the same wage bracket is not called on to donate so much free labor to his country. a vear this man owes S15.33 in taxes. This comes to about five davs of work. The single man without depend- ents earning S1.800 a year (about S3-160 a week) contributes weeks of his time, his tax adding to S365.80. "A married, maa three de- pendents, earning ft year. faces S520 in taxes.. If he counts this total as unpaid working time he put in about seven weeks for nothing last year. Getting into the higher brackets means stiff labor donations. A COO-a-vear married man with two dependents owes S3J346 in taxes, which gives him about weeks, or more than three months of 1945. working for the government. 23 Weeks for Himself If you are in the a year married man with two dependents von will give 39 weeks of your time" and labor gratis to the Ottawa tax else! But j even after you have forked over i TOUT it is doubtful if you will starve on the earnings you i make while working for yourself the other 23 weeks. Former Padre Is Given Cafl Indications that 1S46 may surpass 1945 as biggest build- v ing year in history are growing t stronger as the rush for building v permits continues. i During the first of April, blinding permits were issued for the j of sending the total issue since the beginning of the iyesr to j j last vear perrniss totalled 1100 for the full monih of April and for jhe first four months, j The total for she er.tire year was about j among the permlK !s-! sued this year hare been 71 forl "buildings. Latest such permits were secured by: Leihbridge's 1346 public works. ntmty services and laylnc of program is a. r-raslsioa doUar erete aufl undertaking consisting of new con- j and lanes. i struction which cosi la the j last week -arorSnnen, ilnvinen j neighborhood of and regu- extension o? searer mains lar and aodjuOEal jnaaKteaance Seventh Avenae South from Ifcfe. on increasing the daily work which will cost about Street to 21ss Screes such con- of Lethbridge's ttaief fil- Work oa the pro-' structioa to Egaifc tration plant from to 4.- gram started a few cars 350 and Ninth Streets between Eighth jlethbridge Air i Student and Ninth Avenues South. Sewer and water mains are to be laid ess these two streets to open up for residential building. Many Soldiers and Airmen Will R. A. Pearson for the construc- tion of a residence at 704 17th and also a former pastor Pincher Creek. Rev. N. W. Whitmore. was rrtST'rrSS' unanimously accorded a caa to a" 6Ll ltm 5tree' Geo. O. occupy the pulpit of First United" Mtno ivw church Sunday night a corsgre- e gauonal meeting the even- MLZT'-'IJ? "A" South. Cub and a Cessna Cra at Kenyon Field, and is carryics oa courses ar.d under- cnarjer fusnts. in charge 500.0W gallons has now been com- and steady progress is bejcg" made I pleted -Aith the exception of inssall- in the laying of seisrer maics.- ing two in each Included la tae cosstrsc- j of ihe two new filters have tion. program is the extending of i been added to the plant. City Manager J. T. Watson told The Herald today that as scoa as the Trash troughs are received they (wiU be and the fil- ___ i Arrive From Abroad This Week j at a cos' of approximately ____________________ ihe place was; enJarsed p accoELgio- officers and ether rarJfcs of both i 'LAC. G. H. Rtrer; date -o'or fdters-Vrhile the cariacian Army the Royal iCpL H. A. SSaarsrell. Medieiae Hat; -BG oeea instated, ex- s Canadian Air Force -srere aooard 5 LAC. A. W. Xish. Knsbali; LAC. W. C. J. Morten. AC.1 K. C. Rispler. Medicine Hat; Cpl. D. Ssisv Medicuie "W. J. Schneider. Medlcuae Hat; PO. A. O. Sznitb. and LAC. 3, H. Snell. have'a Kper Uie the de'Fraa Sane stationed :u' .day. A co.-ssderable number Of southern. Alberta person-. aiaong ifee re- The tao filters which are nearly Gotland for S? Z 2S? ST Personnel >_ Ha, succeed present Rev. Roben ilagowan. pastor, who submitted his resignation some months ago. Holding the rank of honorary major, Mr, Whjraiore has served o-i various training centres across Can- ada during the five years, en- listing; whue holding: a pastorate At Camrose where he assisted at the neighboring army training camp. Previously he had been minister ai Three Hills and prior to thac at Olds, where be held long pastorates. summer camp flying should noi delay in joining the local squad- ron. Recruiting information may be obtained frosn the C.O., Flt.- Heuc. Watson, or any air cadet. RETIRED MINER DIES ON SUNDAY A retired miner and resident of Lethbridge for the past 37 years. Robert Kergan. of 741 17th Street North, succumed in a Sunday at the age o; native" of LarkhaU. Scotland, he came to Canada in 1909, settling in Lethbridge, where he carried on his employment and raised his family. He'wss a member of First, United church. Surviving are: his wife. Mrs. Jane Kergan: three ai home. Mrs. Martha Macdocald of Winnipeg, and Mrs. Margaret Sim- monette of Pennsylvania; one son, Robert, at home.' Funeral arrangements are in the hands of Martin Bros, here, and will be held from their chapel oa. Wed- nesday as 2 pjn. with the Rev. R. Magowan officiating. Interment will be ia the Mountain View cemetery. New Regulation In Car Sales local Wartime Prices Trade pilot, and Norman C. McCcv. re- cently arrived from Wujrapeg. where he has had ten years experi- ence in aviation. Is the en- gineer in charge of the company's each of wnich has a ra'ed capacity of 750 000 gallons per 24 hours. AH A-Cp3. %V. j. Barr. J Wires ArrfrinjT Xfanyberrias; ?te. T. T. Brooks. Dependents of Cjinadias. Army mr-wTcr-nn a' -Jar- ?ie- J- a Dach. NariWn, 'and Xavy persojiael srho crossed de iD- "afcer: L. M- aooard the Be rVaccc. j Medicine Hat; L-CpL G. D. Gaetz. t laridin? as recently, mud Leth'nndge: J. H. Graham, who are travelling to this district. Piciure 3. D. i include: Mrs. 3L D. Woitcwlcz. irho Cfn. L. F. ifcHagh. Biacfe- I will make her home at 1285 foot Ager.dv. Gleicher.: ?te. Me- Avenue Xorth. I-ethbridge. Mrs. ilanus. Gleichen: Pie. C. S. ifeUcni. M. Bennett, 10 Shaughnessv; ,-.-.-_ -I Youngstoa-n: E. il. Nielsen.' Mrs. J. Blixt, to Barons, Mrs. H. hceped .or cay anc npcg. HU-er: A. M. Oss. Orton: .Conner, to Mrs. I. Grier. Firs. Le.no-.cge EvUdent. Boo Lethbndge citizens turned out In t Stevecsor: Macleod; to Macleod- Mis- G. J. Hutton, to be under- taken by the company in the Cessna f f _ f _ T A Crane which is radio equipped and Tibbetts. soloed on Beard officials announce a further! five hours and 40 minutes change in the motor car order. This i instruction. The Piper amendment states that anyone sec- 1 used for training. uring a new prioricv certificate for i the purchase of a new car which re- j places a 1940. 1941 or 1942 model cannot legally sell this car privately but inusi trade it in OR the our- chase of a new car and this car may not be repossessed. This amendment will be embodied in any priority certificate issued. Plan to Re-Floor Overhead Bridge Consideration is being given to i local hospital re-flooring the Ninth Sirees over- IL i4 years. A head bridge this vear. City Man- Works, of Lethbricge. which were held from St. Augusta's church Saturdav afternoon. Words; Mrs. J. 3L Layton, to Mrs. S. Ttwrcpson. so Southern Airmen Airrr.en from and dls- Heacquarters of M.D. 13 !n Cal- announced ay- rival and disclosed that movement Get Overhauling friends j Aitken. 1019 1st Lethbridge; "WTO.l Avenue South. T. A. G. Alien. Both large water star.dpipes in WMw. relatives and r ofd to a former bellow) W. M._3IaSies. Hat; LAC. COLD COURTSHIP In courtship, the penguin pre- sents stones TO its maies. DISTRICT FARMER LAID TO REST HERE At the Theatres Complete shows: "Over Twenty-one." Last complete at "Behind Green "4 Bell for Last complete show at the "Riders oi "A Medal for MAIL ORDERS BIG OR SMALL Receive prompt, carefnl atten- tion. Write irith confidence to McCAFFREY'S DRUG 331-5th St. S. Phone 2205. STORES 41i-13th Si. N. Phone 3445 ADVANCING WITH THE AIR CADETS A group of Shaughnessy residents paid tribute to the late John "Was mough. former Shaughnessy district farmer, at funeral services held in Bros, chapel Saturday after- noon with the Rev. E. L. Garvin of- ficiating- Interment was in the family nlot. Mountain View ceme- tery. Palioearers were: John loston. Ivan Wills, W. Wills. G. Watmough, H. Watmough, E. Loston. A beauti- ful display of flowers was on hand. SUITABLE TEFES OF RECOMMENDED 'Fir-. Lieut. Campbell of No. 10 Repair Depot 'sras an official visi- tor at last Mondays parade of No. 11 (Lethoridge> Squadron and. ex- pressed himself as bemg very pleased the present arrange- ment of the Air Cadet building. The officer, is in charge of the Alberta area of No. 2 Com- mand, Tyas on a. routine inspection of squadron equipment and records. It is honed that when he returns later the Cadets be able to hear of Fit. IJeut. Campbell's ex- periences during eight years in the j air in the Battle of Britain and a three-year spell in German prison camps. The engines class was lectured on the construction of the carbure- tor, its use and operation. "Work on the instruction engui2 was to start at this lecture but as the evening far advanced it was deemed advisable leave till next week. Fit. Lieut. Hanson, in- stead went on to explain the single and two-stage models of an engine supercharger including both turbo and mechanical types. Alternating -Currents A general description, of alternat- ing currents opened the ratuo lec- ture in whieh Mr. Royer explained the practical applications of radio waves and described their various forms, later the discussion evolved to the topic of electrons and by the end of the period many Cadets were deeply embedded, in Ssnsiem's theory. As r.o organized sports had been arranged the canteen was opened 1 early and a ping-nong scries tras instituted to pass the time. The j boys also mace good use of sonic. aeronautical journals which were, available. It Is honed that these; periodicals form the nucleus j of an Air Cadet library. The present training season is; rapidlv drawlne to a close ar.d boys j age _ _ ilar treatment will be ager J. T. Watson told The Herald waier tower at Ninth todav. He explained tha; if the I Filth Avenue South. work can fee tmderta-cea during the Herald LoV' j as did the Lethbridge He explained that the star.dpipe j Graveside services were. at the corner of 14th Street arid Masonic Sixth Avenue South has been drain- ed for repairs and cleaning. Is will j Pocech. G 3. levies Syd also be renainted. When the job j j.nomas Evans, narry Stone, j on this stahdpipe is completed sim- Intenrieni was the family plot. given Street Mountain View cemeterj'. J Martin Bros., funeral directors, charge- in R. G. Caveay, Tscin Batte; LAC. G. H. Cripps. 951 Hth. Street South. Lethbridge: Re. Lr. A. L. S. Har- rison. Medicine Hat: Cpl. J. llth Street South. Lethbndee: Sgt. F. C. Ingram. 1516 3rd Avenue, Lethbridae; Fit. Lt. M. G. Jensen. Woolford. Before Renewing ANY POLICY PHOXE 3399 FOR RAXES AND COVERAGE Be Wise-Imore With Ives next few months it would be coin- i o J pleted this vear, three-inch plank- i Supplies Ot OfiCO ing to be used for the flooring. The j present QQ.J- on the bridge was laid in 1S30. Red Cross Drive Active, Pincher Harvey Bosseaberry, chairman of the finance committee of the Fischer Creek branch, Canadian Red Cross Societv, writes the Her- i aid. regarding the splendid response keep a to his organization's campaign for supplies, funds. In. a recent survey released for publication by the society's Ai- berta headquarters at Calgary, the Pincher Creek, subscription figure was shown as S21.S2. Mr. Bossen- nerrv twists out tuat UP to and in- cluding April 2. the sum of S2.189.I5 had "A number of our canvassers have not yet seat in their returns but we feel confident that we will raise at least he conduces. A limited sisply of sreod quality seed grain is still available in the district state local agricultural of- ficials. Growers who have not been able to obtain their requirements in this respect are advised to get in mation as to where seed srnun be secured. These officials record of such seed grain Winter Wheat Is Very Promising Swdicc: of spring wheat has i 1 started on several farms in the dis- j tnct about; 20 east of Milk j River, reports n-ceived at the local J offices of the CP.R. have disclosed, i Several farmers have as much, as; 200 acres seeded to date. i Winter wheat is reported w> fcave come through the' winter in good shape and looks better than it has i for several years past. The ground is in fair shape, and with the ditioca! moisture received in the EASTER MERCHANDISE Easter Serviettes, 40 to a package ..........................15e Easter 23C Easter Seals, per pkt. .......................................IOC Commercial Printers and Office 326-Tth st s. Outfitters Ltd. phone 399S third open dav. April S, at in the Y.M-C.A. auditoijuni. "W. PTache will demon- strate the art; of floral arrangement. All are cordially-invited to-attend. Society Meets Tonight The Lethbridge and District Hor- ticultural Society will hold jfcar j weefc_ conditions generally ap- i pear to be very favorable- Seeding In the district west of MSU; Paver is not expected to start lor some time yet. A new issue of the recommended horticultural varieties and zonation man is now for distribu- tion at the local agricultural office in the courthouse buiidins. Lasted in this publication are the most approved" varieties of garden veg- etables and small fruits, classified according to hardiness and suit- abilitv for prevailing conditions found in each of the main climatic sections of the province. TO ?fEW ROOF Champion Farmer Passes In City A farmer in the Champion dis- trict. William Ferdinald Ulrich. 65, passed awav In a local hospital as a result of "a severe illness. He is mourned by his son, Arthur, of Champion, as well as a daughter living in eastern Canada. Martin Bios, are in. charge cf funeral arrangements and these will be announced as soon as com- pleted. A new roof is beinc constructed on Letbbridge's municipally-oper- ated electric power plant, the old roof having deteriorated beyond further repair. The old roof, ex- plained City Manager J. T- Wat- son to The Herald, was constructed 36 years ago. DANCE TONIGHT EAGLES to NYLON BRISTLED PROPHYLACTIC Hair Brushes KOLL WAVE STYLE Jackson DRUGGISTS RADIO SERVICE We have complete data on YOUK set, which saves us time and you monev. WKENZIE- ITD. Cl L PAINTS NOW SOLD IN WARNER "We are pleased to announce the arm ointment of GEO. ECKMIER HARDWARE As C-I-L dealer for the Warner-Milk Rrrer district Morris Barrett DEALER-DISTRIBUTOR FOR C-I-L PAINTS, VARNISHES AND ENAMELS Locals Rubbish Fire in City firemen called out at 7-40 p-m.. Saturdav. to 8K Second Are. S., where rubtisS. -was dis- covered burning in the lane. No damage tvas caused. 3 Only COAL BROODERS North Lethbridge Hardware FOG LAMPS Top gradf- chrome finish. Clear or amber sealed beam units. MCLAUGHLIN GARAGE and Auto Wreckers Removal Notice Bill Adams, hide, pelt and fur dealer, has removed his business from 110-5th St. S., to office in VAN HORNE BARNS Opposite Alberta Poultry Producers Ltd. Fourth Street S. Invest in Co-Op. Packers Stock Help borne enterprise. Bowman Agency Insurance, Seal Estate, POTATO GROWERS We are buving NETTED GEMS CARLOADS OR TRUCKLOADS Plunkett Savage r.clhbridffe Phone 2584 DISSOLVED ORAL VACCINE RHEUMAJK DISORDERS NEURITIS (See Page 8) Color-Brite Rug and Upholstery Cleaners Chesterfields cleaned and de- mothcd in your own home. Kegs picked up, cleaned and return- ed in three days. Work done with new equipment and by experienced operators. Original restored. We not to injure fabrics or fade colors. PHONE 2569 TITS NOT KID OURSELVES, HE'S A HOPELESS ALCOHOLIC Says Wick Birnam about his brother, Don, in the movie "LOST WEEKEND" Are you, too, a Hopeless Alcoholic? Man? people are alcoholics, but no longer hopeless. Thousands of these former "hopeless" alcoholics have been shown tr.e way to a. cure through Alcoholics Anonymous. FOR FURTHER INFORMATION. WRtTE ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS Box 453 Supina Store News PHONES AND 2966; BUTCHER 3456 FREE DELIVERY PICKLES, Branston. Per bottle KLIM. powdered whole milk. 16-oz. tin 25c 69c BISCUITS, stoned wheat thins FLOOR WAX, Lido liquid. Pints.......... 2pkgs 30c 25c BABY CEREAL READY TO SERVE OATMEAL MIXTURE, strained Gerber's. Pkg-...... 25c CEREAL FOOD, Gerber's. Per pkg. 25c 'eutt 'ere ;s cr Employment new available through the Na'.ionc'. F.rr.p'.cyment Office and also fh'" Cross-Canada NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT SERVICE MEN WANTED AT LETHBRIDGE Salesman (Insurance) Auto Bodyrnea Auto Mechanics Plumbers Silk Spotter or Finisher Tailors Coal iliners Farm Couples Tractormen Cooks Welders Carpenters Construction Laborers (C.P.R.) Wanted Elsewhere Cooks Coal iliners Bodyman Auto 3Iechanics Draftsman, and Compiler Geologist Saddle Maker WOMEN WANTED AT LETHBRIDGE Stenographers (Experienced) Teletypist Maids (Country and City) Waitresses C Country and City) Chambermaids (Co-rntrv) Farm Housekeepers for Cooks for farms Kitchen Help for Hospital Laundry Help for Hospital Alteration Women. Experienced Seaonstress Pressers Every National Employment Office offers employment opportunities, both in its own area and from other districts in Canada. If able to fill any of the jobs here listed, or if seeking employment, contact your nearest Load Off ice of the NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT SERVICE _.. Dominion Labour Department Mm, I. r ..I I KWSPAPLRl SEWSPAPERl ;