Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - August 5, 1971, Lethbridge, Alberta
Tax reform opponent forms pressure group TORONTO (CP) Jolin F. Bulloch, who organized a citi- zens' group lo Tight for changes in government lax legislation proposals, announced here for- mation of a political action" organization called the Cana- dian Federation of Independent Business. Mr. Bulloch said the federa- tion will attempt to influence political decisions on national is- sues hut will noi. be affiliated with a political parly or endorse political candidates. Jhis tiny ZENITH hearing aid Zenith's remarkable Z-70 is jusi nne of Jfl qualify Zenilh hearing aids. One of Ihem mighl be jus! right (or you. Al no obligalion, lesl-hear V a Zenith hearing aid today. Zenilh hearings aids are priced from IP quality PDGS In The majority opinion of tb members of the organizalioi will be expressed through a polling procedure that he called the "mandate program." The program will involve mailing ballots to members to solid opinions. Mr. Bulloch formed the Cana dian Council for Fair Taxation atlcr release of a federal white popef on basis for lax legislation introduced in June when the federal budgel was brought down. Mr. Bulloch said in an inter- view the council will continue in existence hut will be less active He said membership is about Mr. Bulloch said he hopes lo have workers in each federa riding lo operate the mandate program but initially will have about 30 in large urban ridings lEISTER'S MUSIC Paramount Theatre Bldg. LETKBRIDGE Professionals on I of luck TORONTO (CP) Job open- ings for professionals decreascc by 19 per cent in Canada for the three months ended June 30, a Toronto-based firm said Tues- day. There were 954 openings in the second quarter of 1971. com- pared with in the similar period of 1970. British Columbia suffered the largest decline, said Technical Service Council, down 39 per cent. The Atlantic provinces fared best with a 47-per-cent increase. Ontario openings were off 17 per cent, Quebec off IB per cent and the Prairies dropped one per cent. A company spokesman allrib- u'.ed the decline to poor profit opportunities for corporations. The sludy covered com- prnics. MAKE UP A PARTY COME TO EL RANCHO CABARET FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT FRIDAY NIGHT "JUST US" SATURDAY NIGHT "HORSE" AND APPEARING IN OUR TAVERN TONIGHT _ "SIEEPY JOHN- FRIDAY "HORSE" SATURDAY _ "PAUt" LOUNGE "JACK DAVIES" Admission 51.25 (Side Entrance) 9 p.m. lo 1 a.m. REFRESHMENTS and FOOD AVAILABLE Thursday. Auguil 5, 1971 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD 7 Cable problem up in the air OTTAWA (CT) A cable lei- I si.rviccs olhcr Ihan broadcast cvision problem which could j ing. have a significant impact on Ihe I3ut somc arc f A fi'lurc ol lelccommunications m building their own systems and this may allow them to gel 1 atocjnd Ihc prohibition. The CRTC recently approved an applies; ion lo set up a cahlc TV system in New Glasgow, K tec lion bill cuhiiHi par-iS- an oniiT-ii! council l'i> Sl.ii Million lo IT lor Ihe Anf> :in general i.-k 1.00-Public Su 00 SWIM 9.00 1-00 8-00 1.00 Pu PL Tu Swim blic Swim jlir Swim ilic Swim 5.00 llic Swim Su 301. Swim 10.00- 8-00 PuhiK Swim SWIM 5w Last Complete Show PARAMOUNT CINEMA Short Subjects 7.15, 9.25 "Big Las Complete Show COLLEGE CINEMA Shorl Subjects "Escape From the Planet ot the Last Complete Show D.-J5 GKEEM ACRES DRTVE-1N Shorl Subjects "Liltlc Big Man'' One Complete Show DUSTIN lOPfMAN LITTLE BIG MAN" Chief Dan George 'BEST SUPPORTING ACTOR" BALSAM CHIEF DAN GEORGE No) Suiloble for Children ONE COMPLETE SHOW AT P.M. STARTS TOMORROW RESTRICTED ADULT ENTERTAINMENT LOTS OF GUYS A CALL GIRL LIKE BREE. ONE GUY V JUST WANTS TO KILL HER. Mai.'nse frl and Sat. p.m. Evening p.m. "A hciunling ancf powerful sus- pense thriller a (hroal clukher one I urge you not lo miss. A first rare crime Ihriller." IN SPINE CHILLING rtCHNICOLOR IN SPINE CHILLING TECHNICOLOR ENDS TONITE WALT DISNEY'S "PINOCCHIO"