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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - April 29, 1970, Lethbridge, Alberta ITTHMIDGt HERALD Wednesday, Apiit 11. WO Firms May Get Tax SUDBURY, Oct. (CP) end up with a higher rate larx-e Minister Edgar tax payment than other in- igreed Monday to Only mining has a sep- Tiakmg provincial mining taxes j deductible expense for mining companies before they compute their federal provincial tax. Agreeing that making prorin-ial tax deductible was worth considering, Mr. Benson told a At pi-eseot, mining of commerce audi- pay both federal and "I am not making com- axes but the latter is not on anything." ducted before calculating lax could be consi- eral payment to provinces for Critics ft Mr. Benson's taken out of the paper on taxation and hence a business ex- lere Monday tlrat if the he said. japer proposals were implemented, mining to critics of white raper plans to reduce tax incen-ives to mining companies, he Canada had a stable gov- and industry i' need not fear nationalization. INDIAN PROGRAM HOLIDAY Idaho (AP) proposed graduate program in American Indian studies at University rf Idaho will be HOLIDAY first of its kind in the Fun for the whole States, the stale board mom, dad, and the education was told at a (font a1 houseboat beautiful Koatenay Lake in Ihe interior o f British REPAIR For information dependable servke at prices AHo repair and types of zippers Repairs to alt leather REPAIR 1021 3rd Ave. S. ftorfaur, Iritiiii lo Locktr Seafoods) Boyle's Column By HAL BOYLE NEW YORK (AP) Can you tell the sexes apart? Invariably? Sometimes? Never? Woman, in her quest to be equal to man, has come to dress, act and look so much like him that it would be a brash person indeed who claimed he could always tell one from the other. Here's a handy little guide to help you in a dilemma all of us seem to be facing more and more often: If it lifts its hands palms upward to express shocked dismay, it is feminine. If it pounds a fist into a palm and turns red in the it is masculine. Does it wipe the sweat off Ks forehead with a finger? That's a man. Does it pat its perspiring brow with a piece of crumpled paper tissue? That's a woman. If it can spell puce cor- rectly, it is a she. If it can't spell or pronounce puce and doesn't even know what the word means, it is a he. Would it rather wear minis- kirts than look at them? Put it down as a Miss. Would-II rather look at a miniskirt than a maxiskirt? Put it down as a blister. PAPA WALKS BABY If it walks a yowling laby at 3 a.m., it's the papa. If i takes the baby out in the stroller at 3 p.m., it's the mama. Does it always say exactly shat is on its mind? That's a him. Dees it talk for hours and still leave you wondering vhat in the world is really on ts mind? That's a her. Does it cheat on its diet by sneaking a chocolate marsn- maUow sundae now and then? That's a fat girl. Does it cheat on its diet by sneaking a dou- ble dollop of mashed potatoes at lunch? That's a fat fellow. Is it late because it lakes it so long to dress? That's the mistress of the house. Is it late soiling home because it missed three trains after stop- ping off lo have just one with the boys? Thai's the master of the house. Does il like to talk about sex all the time and discuss its significance? You can bet it's a her. Would it rather just think about sex all the and hope for the best? You know it's a him. Soviet Weather Satellite Aloft MOSCOW (Reuters) Th Soviet Union has launched weather satellite, Meteor, to ot tain information for the Russia weather service, Tass new agency reported Wednesday, said the satellite, put aloft Tues day carried equipment lo lak pictures of couds and sno cover on both the sunlit side the earth and the side in dart ness. NATURE LOVERS UNITE Three nature lovers put their heads-together to discuss the problem of water, noise and litter pollution to animals in Toronto's High Park, Bob Linklater (left) and Bill Davidson, who visit the area only through the week, feel the children and parents who swarm through the pork on weekends are too dis- turbing for the wildlife. The squirrel will respond to their calls and take nuts from their hands, or even their hal- bands. FURNITURE APPLIANCES SALE STARTS 9 A.M. THURSDAY AND fth Street Shopping Mall CONTINUES TILL ALL STOCK IS SOLD GIANT FURNITURE WORTH OF FURNITURE DISCOUNTED from JU to DU Hoyt's are closing the. furniture department in the 7th Street Shopping Mai! on May 31st, and moving their appliance and television department to the main store on 3rd Ave. There's worth of furni- ture that must be disposed of by May 31st. There's also a number of appliances, televisions and stereos that there won't be room for in the hew department and will be sold at big discounts. CHESTERFIELD SUITES Save 30 to SUITES Save 30 to ORIENTAL FURNITURE Save 30 to 50% DINING ROOM SUITES Save 30 to AND BOX SPRINGS Save 30 to TABLES AND CHAIRS Save 30 to 40% DINETTE SUITES Save 30 to CHESTS, BEDS Save 30 to SEATS Save 30 to 40% OCCASIONAL CHAIRS AND RECLINERS Save 30 to AND HIGH CHAIRS Save 30 to TABLES Save 30 to 50% TABLE, POLE, SWAG and FLOOR LAMPS Save 30 to BEDS Save STOOLS AND BARS Save 30 to 50% PICTURES AND DECORATIONS Save 30 to Save RACKS AND SMOKERS Save 30 to 50% FREE DELIVERY IN CITY LIMITS ONLY Purchasers must fake delivery within 48 hours. PERSONAL SHOPPING ONLY THE SEISCTION IS FAR TOO LARGE TO ATTEMrT GIVING DETAILS AND PRICES OVER THE PHONE FURNITURE APPLIANCES 7th STREET SHOPPING MALL Phone 327-5767 ITV HIGHLIGHTS: ALL SALES FINAL No Holds or Laypways ALL SALES CASH OR APPROVED FINANCING WEDNESDAY SPECIAL: "Quebec s p.m., Cb. 3: Three- hour coverage of today's toughly-fought elccl'.on for the province's 108-seat legislature. CO.MEDY: Randall (Mike Pratt) and the ghostly Hopkirk (Kenneth Cope) investigate a mystery involving beauty queens and would-be king. VARIETY: "Musk 1 p.m., Ck The first of two country-music hours stars Phil Harris, Boubie Gentry, John Hartford Beraadette Pepers. SPECIAL: "Qwkec p.m., Ck. 13: Live coverage of the provincial erection from Montreal. MOVIE: "My p.m., Cb. 13: A producer's movie-star wife disguises herself as a geisha lo win a part in her husband's new movie. Stars Shirley McLaine aid Yves Montand. LOCAL: p.m., Ch. 1: Bcv Slretton hosts a CJLH panel show with four board members of the Lethbridge Family Y. MOVIE: "Tie Sergeaoi Was i a.m., Ck. 13: The war department assigns a corporal to a WAC division. With Martin West. THURSDAY MOVIE: "OJ Mice ud 1 p.m., Ch. 7: Based on John Steinbeck's book, a story about two dissimilar men who form a strange alliance. Stars Burgess Meredith. MOVIE: "Severn 1 p.m., Ch. 13: An aging criminal recruits men to aid him in a crime. Stars Rod Sleiger and Edward G. Robinson. News on the Hour Wthr., Sports on the Half Hour WEDNESDAY Rob Ingram Terry Lumsden Phone Bill Show Wayne Barry IJiOO Probe News News, Grain Prim JacX Country. M'-rilc 3: M Mai Inee Gauging Gourmet PrcM 1220 CHEC News on the Hour Weather on the Half Hour WEDNESDAY HI6HT Farm News. Stocks Dinner Bent Pedersen Back to the Bible Volte o! Cti'na World Tcmorrcw All That Jin CHEC FM 1M.I lo p.m. Herb Classical Music ID i.m. H. B. Carnaby-' The Way I SM It Music Factory Coimnlly Bulletin THURSDAY Board Ron stcne call ot the Und Farm Shaw News, Wlhr., Sports News, Wthr., Sports Cattle Pflces Weaihfr News Very] Todd stxk Market Jean Report Comments Woman's World Jean Comments Caravan News Farm News, Stock! Radio 1010 Calgary Quebec Elections Tempo Quebec Elections News Ideas Network Nitioral News Five Nights a Week Theatre Aot ot Elegance Music Consumers Midnight Mallixe THURSDAY PraKey at Eye Opener Movies News Radio Noon World at Eight Alter Nocn Max Fercuson Schools Broaden) Galloping Gourmet V.annee Gsrrusil Afternoon News Actuality SPECIAL! Transistor Radios 6 TRANSISTOR FOR ONLY 8 TRANSISTOR FOX ONLY CONVENIENT TERMS EASILY ARRANGED 15" TELEVISION J FURNITURE APPLIANCES Cor. 4lh Ave.-SHi Si. S. 326-2328 CJIH-TV Channel 7 (Obltvision Ch, 6) Ncv.s 0, McHite's Navy WEONiSDAY NIGHT Quebec Etecllons News Ghost Mrs. c Felony Squad YMCA c 7 I Spy THURSDAY PinnocMo fra LIMIe Pimple Mr. Drcssvp Ed Allen Randall and Hop- llrk (Deceased) Quebec Elections COO Flying Nun Movie: My Gflsha Grandpa Glllus News Parlcns Francais Pierre B-rlon Today KRTV Falh Channel 3 (Cablevision Ch. f) WEDNESDAY NIGHT Huntlty-Drinkley c The Virginian c MMtc Hall c Medical Centre c News Tonioht THURSDAY Salute Agriculture Our World Salute AgrlcuMure As the Woild Turns c Days of Our Lives in Monlana The Doclors c Sale of Another World c Hollywood Squares Edge of NigM c c Pyll c Who, What, Douglas c Ga-re Ancfy GrEMilh 1-tt News Cronkite Neits Another World- Son-.erset c Lucy Hunlliy.grlrklty KFBB-TV Grrat Folli Chanml i Ch. II) WEDNESDAY NIOKT K'f Haw c Hooan's Heroes My Three Soos c Room m Johnny Cash c Engelberl c Mtrv Crirlh THUKSDAY News Capt. c II TaVcs Too c Jack LaLarne c Galloping GovrmM Woman's Btsl of Evtrylhlng A Wcrld Apart All My Children MaVe a Deal c Game c Osllng Garr.e Sccrel S'c'm Life 10 Live Dark Shadows Many TUng General Hospl'al Life Wild Girl Eswllched TV-5 CATV TONIGHT (Wrtnts.) Bland Approach ITouris-n) f.v3 Bowling front Capri" ;